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Poet performs pieces about mental health

Poet performs pieces about mental health

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

According to one viral poet, mental health and humor can easily coincide. College National Poetry Slam Champion Neil Hilborn came to the University of Indianapolis on Feb. 27 to perform a series of ... Read on

VANCE JOY “NATION OF TWO” ALBUM

VANCE JOY “NATION OF TWO” ALBUM

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

Vance Joy’s music never fails to put me in good mood. The Australian singer/songwriter takes his romantic love songs and turns them into poetry that molds into pop music. The album cover of “Nation ... Read on

Former Hound makes difference in Ghana

Former Hound makes difference in Ghana

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15412,15413,15414"] A passion for helping others and traveling led University of Indianapolis Master of Public Health alumna Payton Revolt to search for international internships, which ultimately landed her more than 5,000 miles away ... Read on

Men’s track and field place first in GLVC, women place third

Men’s track and field place first in GLVC, women place third

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the first time in five years, the University of Indianapolis men’s track and field team placed first at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament, accompanied by the women’s team who placed third ... Read on

Alumna combats sex trafficking

Alumna combats sex trafficking

03.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

[gallery ids="15404,15403"] Combining skills and education in health, entrepreneurship and global studies, University of Indianapolis alumna Katherine Welch founded Relentless, a global consulting agency based in Thailand that facilitates counter human trafficking organizations. Welch ... Read on

Women’s basketball focuses on one game at a time

Women’s basketball focuses on one game at a time

02.27.2018  |  No Comments ››

Despite having a 0-2 weekend, senior guard Martha Burse became the 24th player in the history of the University of Indianapolis women’s basketball program to score 1000 career points. Burse hit the mark ... Read on

Women’s basketball fights for its spot in the GLVC tournament

Women’s basketball fights for its spot in the GLVC tournament

02.27.2018  |  No Comments ››

In order to earn their spot in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament, the University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team is focused on getting their rankings up and getting back to the basics. ... Read on

Men’s Lacrosse adjusts to the GLVC

Men’s Lacrosse adjusts to the GLVC

02.27.2018  |  No Comments ››

In its third season, the University of Indianapolis men’s lacrosse team is focusing on the fundamentals of what it means to be successful in order to adjust to entering the Great Lakes Valley ... Read on

Sikhism blends Muslim and Hindu elements

Sikhism blends Muslim and Hindu elements

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

Sikhism is a religion founded in the 15th century by Guru Nanak that encompasses parts of both the Islamic and Hindu religions, according to senior organizational leadership major Arwinder Kaur. School of Business Adjunct ... Read on

Event celebrates Union Day

Event celebrates Union Day

02.21.2018  |  No Comments ››

The Myanmar Union Day Ceremony brought traditional Burmese songs, costumes and dancing to Ransburg Auditorium on Feb. 12 as part of a collaboration between the University of Indianapolis and the Burmese community of ... Read on

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