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Title IX law supports victims of sexual violence

Title IX law supports victims of sexual violence

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Any sexual misconduct­—including, but not limited to sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual violence and stalking—are all violations of the University of Indianapolis Student Conduct Code, according to the UIndy Student Handbook. Numerous laws ... Read on

Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee championed a diverse and compelling cast of superheroes

Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee championed a diverse and compelling cast of superheroes

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Marvel icon Stanley "Stan Lee" Lieber died Nov. 12 and left behind a heroic legacy that far surpasses the feats of his legendary heroes. The 1950s were a difficult period for the comic book ... Read on

Center for Aging and Community program inspires other facilities

Center for Aging and Community program inspires other facilities

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Singing, dancing, writing, drawing, painting, acting and other forms of expressive arts are engaging residents at nursing homes and assisted living facilities across Indiana. While some of this programming was already in place, ... Read on

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

Football advances in playoffs after defeating Fort Hays State

Football advances in playoffs after defeating Fort Hays State

11.19.2018  |  No Comments ››

“Sorry about your Thanksgiving, but we’re going to Arkansas!” The end of Head Coach Bob Bartolomeo’s debrief was drowned out by cheers after the No. 12 University of Indianapolis football team defeated No. ... Read on

Students prepare radio adaptation of the classic film “It’s A Wonderful Life”

Students prepare radio adaptation of the classic film “It’s A Wonderful Life”

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Theatre Department is preparing to stage their first radio play for their annual fall performance. "It's A Wonderful Life" will be onstage at the University of Indianapolis on Nov. 29 and Dec. ... Read on

Roche Academy to create new path for biology and chemistry students

Roche Academy to create new path for biology and chemistry students

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

In September, the University of Indianapolis officially launched the Roche Academy to help students learn about and gain experience with medical diagnostic testing and equipment. The program is a partnership between UIndy and ... Read on

Indiana representatives propose legalization of medical marijuana

Indiana representatives propose legalization of medical marijuana

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

In last year's legislative session, a bill was proposed to the Indiana General Assembly to legalize the use of medical marijuana. The bill failed to get a hearing in 2017. However, Republican State ... 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

Women’s golf holds No. 1 rank in GLVC

Women’s golf holds No. 1 rank in GLVC

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

The women’s golf team finished the fall season undefeated against Division II competition, according to Head Men’s and Women’s Golf Coach Brent Nicoson. The team started the season placing first in the University ... Read on

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