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RAs: Building communities

RAs: Building communities

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

When freshmen first arrive at college, they need help with many things. Sometimes, they need advice on time management or struggle with making friends or battle homesickness. Maybe they are having problems with ... Read on

From the marines to the mailroom: Ked Ramer delivers jokes and packages to students, faculty

From the marines to the mailroom: Ked Ramer delivers jokes and packages to students, faculty

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

With an average of 1,500 to 2,500 packages each month going through the mailroom and into students’ hands, many are bound to see Business Mailroom Clerk Ked Ramer and his team of student ... Read on

From professors to authors

From professors to authors

02.22.2017  |  No Comments ››

Professor of History and Political Science Lawrence Sondhaus never dreamed of being a published writer. When he came to the University of Indianapolis in 1987, he thought he would just be a teaching ... Read on

Valentine’s Day Alternatives

Valentine’s Day Alternatives

02.12.2017  |  No Comments ››

During the prohibition era from 1920 to 1933, a “gang war reached its bloody climax in the so-called St. Valentine’s Day Massacre of 1929” in Chicago, according to Biography.com. The massacre involved Al ... Read on

Celebrating on a budget

Celebrating on a budget

02.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

It is not uncommon for Valentine’s Day to become the single most expensive non-traditional holiday, given all the splurging on gifts to impress that special someone. Valentine’s Day is more than just a day, ... Read on

Valentine’s through the ages

Valentine’s through the ages

02.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

Valentine’s Day has become one of the most popular and commercially targeted holidays in the United States over the past century, along with holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving and St. Patrick’s Day.  Unlike ... Read on

Scuba course adds variety to UIndy electives

Scuba course adds variety to UIndy electives

02.08.2017  |  No Comments ››

Junior biology/pre-PT major Matt Perino and his classmates take a break from the daily grind of lectures and assignments to jump into the world of scuba on Thursday evenings. Scuba is among the University ... Read on

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

Student, professor share how holidays are celebrated in the British Isles

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis brings together people and houses students from many different walks of life and from all over the world, such as the British Isles. Junior business administration major Shannon Coney is ... Read on

Professor shares how holidays are celebrated in Colombia

Professor shares how holidays are celebrated in Colombia

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

Holidays are a big deal in Colombia, as a Catholic and Latin American country. Especially Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Carnival. According to Assistant Professor of Spanish Eduard Arriaga, who is originally from ... Read on

Student shares how festivals are celebrated in India

Student shares how festivals are celebrated in India

12.14.2016  |  No Comments ››

Throughout the year in India, there are many different festivals around which their holidays are centered, according to Tanvi Jhaveri, a student at the University of Indianapolis from Mumbai, India who is getting ... Read on

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