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IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

IndyGo’s first Red Line to connect UIndy to Downtown Indianapolis, Broad Ripple

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

IndyGo is creating the first rapid transit system for the city of Indianapolis, the Red Line as part of an initiative to increase transportation services in Marion County by 70 percent. The Red ... Read on

School of Education earns full accreditation rating

School of Education earns full accreditation rating

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation has given the University of Indianapolis School of Education a full accreditation with no areas of improvement, a rating they will hold for the next ... Read on

UIndy announces on-campus parking changes for the 2018-19 academic year

UIndy announces on-campus parking changes for the 2018-19 academic year

08.22.2018  |  No Comments ››

With another record breaking freshmen class and ever-growing complaints about the lack of available parking, the University of Indianapolis is taking action on the issues with parking around campus. According to Vice President for ... Read on

Events shed light on sexual assault

Events shed light on sexual assault

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the month of April, something different was added to the Schwitzer Student Center. According to Director of Student Support and Title IX Coordinator Anne Moelk, an art installation called “What Were You ... Read on

Construction on University Lofts continues

Construction on University Lofts continues

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Students who want to live near campus will soon have another option for housing. A new apartment complex, University Lofts, is currently under construction and is expected to be completed and open before  ... Read on

Opioids in Indiana: Personal and political

Opioids in Indiana: Personal and political

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

  The Department of Health and Human Services announced that it will award grants to combat the opioid epidemic in the United States for the second year in a row, as of April 18. ... Read on

Whirling Prize winners announced

Whirling Prize winners announced

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15710,15711"] Every semester students have the opportunity to read and judge various prose and poetry submissions that incorporate a particular theme that the students choose. Last year, Etchings Press students chose the theme ... Read on

Students publish poems in anthology

Students publish poems in anthology

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Five students from UIndy were selected for the 2017 “Indiana’s Best Emerging Poets” anthology by Z Publishing House. The publisher reached out to the students of UIndy after reading copies of the university’s ... Read on

Feakes to be next dean of College of Arts and Sciences

Feakes to be next dean of College of Arts and Sciences

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

Debra Feakes has been announced as the next Dean of the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences. Feakes has been at Texas State University since 1994. Most recently, Feakes served as the associate ... Read on

Journalist identifies migrant bodies

Journalist identifies migrant bodies

04.25.2018  |  No Comments ››

  Bone fragments, teeth and scattered belongings are often all that is left of disappeared people in the desert of northern Mexico, according to journalist and author Dawn Paley. Paley visited the University of ... Read on

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