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New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis is one of many cities that has Bird and Lime scooters as a new mode of transportation. The motorized scooters have also made their way onto college campuses, such as the University ... Read on

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Online dating can be a pathway for successful unions, according to University of Indianapolis Associate Professor of Sociology Amanda Miller. She co-authored an article with Cornell University Professor of Policy Analysis Sharon Sassler, ... Read on

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Michael Shurn visited the University of Indianapolis on Nov. 5 to speak at the Judicial Lecture Series. The Pre-Law Student Association invited Shurn to discuss his role as a ... Read on

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

Men’s basketball starts season 4-0

Men’s basketball starts season 4-0

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

The University of Indianapolis men’s basketball team started off the 2018-2019 season with two exhibition games and four games that were part of the GLIAC/GLVC Challenge. The GLIAC/GLVC Challenge is involves teams from two ... Read on

Toronto Raptors draft first alumnus into NBA

Toronto Raptors draft first alumnus into NBA

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

For the first time in the history of  the University of Indianapolis’ men’s basketball program, a UIndy alumnus was drafted and is currently playing in the NBA. Jordan Loyd graduated from UIndy in ... Read on

Preseason games leads to 2-2 overall start for Women’s basketball

Preseason games leads to 2-2 overall start for Women’s basketball

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

After last season’s record of 8-20 overall and a conference record of 5-13, the University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team prepares for what they hope to be a more successful season. Their preparation for ... Read on

Wrestling ranked No. 10 in pre-season poll

Wrestling ranked No. 10 in pre-season poll

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

After being ranked No. 10 in the National Wrestling Coaches Association preseason poll, the Greyhounds are hoping to start off a successful and injury-free wrestling season led by their veteran line-up, according to ... Read on

Visual Communication Design major channels passions into pieces

Visual Communication Design major channels passions into pieces

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

At first glance, spreading awareness about heart disease and environmental protection do not seem like related subjects. But for senior visual communication design major O.J. Moor, tackling both issues head-on is no problem. Moor, ... Read on

Thespians prepare for upcoming Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

Thespians prepare for upcoming Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Theater students from across the Midwest were given the opportunity to participate in the 2018 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, and theater students are currently preparing for the 2019 program in January. The ... Read on

Mumford & Sons: “Delta” Review

Mumford & Sons: “Delta” Review

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Mumford & Sons continues to amaze me with every song and album they release, but their newest album, “Delta,” strikes a different tone than their past releases. The album has much slower songs ... Read on

The Handlebar Review

The Handlebar Review

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

After spending many of my underage years watching groups of people riding around on a giant bar on wheels in downtown Indy, taking my first ride on the Handlebar was a long-anticipated event. ... 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

The shameful truth about Thanksgiving

The shameful truth about Thanksgiving

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

I remember hearing the story  of the first Thanksgiving when I was in second grade. I am sure we all had a similar experience with the holiday in one form or another. Some ... Read on

‘Believe all women’— the war cry that has arisen among sexual harassment survivors

‘Believe all women’— the war cry that has arisen among sexual harassment survivors

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

In the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing and eventual confirmation to the Supreme Court, social media has left behind a winding, often diverging trail of questions, notably regarding accuser Christine Blasey Ford. The ... Read on

The righteous rage of women can be a catalyst for social change

The righteous rage of women can be a catalyst for social change

11.07.2018  |  No Comments ››

In an attempt to make a difference in important social issues, women have begun speaking out and, remarkably, are being praised for doing so. After years of political and social pressures telling women ... 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

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

New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

New rules issued for scooter use following violations on campus

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Indianapolis is one of many cities that has Bird and Lime scooters as a new mode of transportation. The motorized scooters have also made their way onto college campuses, such as the University ... Read on

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

Sociology professor publishes article about online dating

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Online dating can be a pathway for successful unions, according to University of Indianapolis Associate Professor of Sociology Amanda Miller. She co-authored an article with Cornell University Professor of Policy Analysis Sharon Sassler, ... Read on

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

Pre-Law Student Association hosts judge as part of Judicial Lecture series

11.20.2018  |  No Comments ››

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Michael Shurn visited the University of Indianapolis on Nov. 5 to speak at the Judicial Lecture Series. The Pre-Law Student Association invited Shurn to discuss his role as a ... Read on

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

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