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Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission allows students to pursue education at UIndy

Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission allows students to pursue education at UIndy

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite being a relatively small college, the University of Indianapolis boasts a diverse population, with more than 64 countries  represented by students, faculty and staff. The largest population of international students on campus, ... Read on

Professor Laura Santurri runs ultra-marathons to raise money for individuals battling Leukemia

Professor Laura Santurri runs ultra-marathons to raise money for individuals battling Leukemia

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Assistant Professor and Director of Health Science College of Health Sciences Laura Santurri began running with her father as a means to feel closer to him.  However, running began to evolve into something ... Read on

Studying and serving: students in the military

Studying and serving: students in the military

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Being away from family for months on end, enduring intense physical training and adjusting to a new life of following orders are just a few of the things that military men and women ... Read on

UIndy Votes works to educate voters around campus

UIndy Votes works to educate voters around campus

10.10.2018  |  No Comments ››

With the November midterm elections approximately one month away, a group of University of Indianapolis students and faculty are working to educate potential voters about deadlines, eligibility requirements and candidates relevant to the ... Read on

Students and alumni incorporate UIndy as a part of their wedding day

Students and alumni incorporate UIndy as a part of their wedding day

10.10.2018  |  No Comments ››

Weddings are often presented as the culmination of a love story, and its location typically reflects that romantic journey. Regardless of the wedding’s participants, the old adage of location, location, location still rings ... Read on

UIndy student moves forward after stroke

UIndy student moves forward after stroke

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

Most 20-year-olds plan to spend their 21st birthday celebrating with their friends and family.  Senior secondary education and history major Kaitlin Holton was no different, intending to spend her 21st birthday at Olive Garden ... Read on

Alumnus sings for the U.S. Army Soldiers’ Chorus

Alumnus sings for the U.S. Army Soldiers’ Chorus

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

Sergeant First Class Ben Hilgert’s music career began with an unexpected run in with a stranger. During his honors training program, the University of Indianapolis alumnus met a man who had just retired ... Read on

Elementary gym teacher and UIndy alumnus creates a game based on rock, paper, scissors

Elementary gym teacher and UIndy alumnus creates a game based on rock, paper, scissors

09.26.2018  |  No Comments ››

“Rock beats scissors. I win.” Phrases like this are commonly heard coming from Eric Branch’s fourth grade physical education class at Lowell Elementary School.  The University of Indianapolis alumnus has put a spin on ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

RSOs at UIndy: UIndy PRIDE

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Adolescence, for many in the LGBTQ community, can be a scary time,  according to junior music education major and co-chair of PRIDE Emily Larmore. Finding that one’s gender or sexual identity does not ... Read on

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

RSOs at UIndy: Circle K

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

Embodying the University of Indianapolis’ motto, “Education for Service,”  is the volunteer organization known as Circle K. Club president and junior marketing major Jordan Nussear laughed as she acknowledged that the name is ... Read on

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