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Congratulations, Councilor!

Recent alumna becomes youngest winner in city history History was made November 3, 2015, when Elizabeth Wheeler ’13 became the youngest councilor in history for the city of Lawrence (just outside of Indianapolis) ...

Crowning achievements

Meet associate professor of Theatre Jim Ream, director, designer, broadcaster, computer programmer, and former department chair. Like other UIndy faculty members, Ream is dedicated to his students and their success. ...

Pump up the jam

She’s got spirit As a junior, communication major Vanessa Richardson is already launching her broadcasting career. Vanessa is the on-court emcee for the Indiana Pacers basketball team and it’s her job to ...

Toy story

Shark bait? Sophomore Jeff Dixon first discovered Mass Ave Toys during a field trip on his First-Year Seminar class, called “Gender in Toyland.” This English major with a creative writing concentration ...

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UIndy grad now manages social media for the #IndianapolisColts A lot of students making the transition from high school to college assume there is just one way to make a career out of what they love. However, ...

Building the future

Visiting campus is a fun and exciting part of searching for a school. You get to sample the food, check out a residence hall, and chat with students and professors. And if you’ve been on a tour of UIndy lately, ...

Going the distance

It may be hard to feel close to someone who is 8,372 miles away, but junior Henrieta Muradzikwa says that’s exactly what the University of Indianapolis managed to do. The Zimbabwe native says that the ...

Career 4 kids

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.” Mizraim Lorenzo-Aguilar, a junior in the Secondary Education program at UIndy, shares a ...

Cuba in contrast

The city of Indianapolis offers plenty of opportunities for fun and excitement for college students, but sometimes, something more exotic comes along. For 15 UIndy students, that meant the chance to take ...

Making a pitch for Haiti

The UIndy men’s soccer team had the opportunity of a lifetime this past summer to travel to the Caribbean island-nation of Haiti. Fifteen students made the trip, along with head coach John Higgins and four of his ...