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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 ...

On the right foot

One step ahead UIndy helped lead the way in the athletic training profession when it converted its undergraduate degree program into a master’s program. Soon, all entry-level AT jobs will require a master’s ...

Walking the walk

Doing it all Senior Gabriella Ratliff is making the most of college. The music major has a Spanish minor and a concentration in physical therapy, and is part of the Strain Honors College. “I’d tell ...

Let’s celebrate!

On Friday, October 2—Homecoming Weekend—UIndy announced the Campaign for the University of Indianapolis to support initiatives that will best prepare our students for both their lives and careers. The ...

Toss and cross

On the attack Meet the leaders of UIndy’s new men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. Head coaches Greg Stocks and Jillian Howley are more than ready to launch their opening seasons in the spring of 2016. Their ...

Pitch perfect

Seniors Daniel Dorsett and Daniel Watson (left) are ending their UIndy careers with a bang. Both Dorsett, a percussionist, and Watson, a pianist and vocalist, have picked up a 2015 Outstanding Future Music ...

Charting  success

On the rise It was “a dream come true,” Craig Banister (far left) says. He’s a member of the Christian rock band Lasting Hope, whose single “Something New” peaked at number five and spent 19 weeks in the ...

Reaching the goal

Soccer champs Seniors Will Kramer (right)and Ngwese (Wasay) Ebangwese (left) recently helped make history for the men’s soccer program at UIndy. After one of their best seasons yet, the proudest moment for this ...

Key of health

Music is medicine Visitors to a new downtown hospital are being greeted with music by UIndy students, who volunteer to play the concert grand piano so that others can benefit from their talents. “The partnership ...