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The champions’ champion

It’s not every day that an internship with the NCAA lands in your lap, but that’s just about what happened to senior Niki Lobo. Dr. Jennifer VanSickle, an associate professor of kinesiology at UIndy, ...

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 ...

A booster shot for multidisciplinary studies

Think four floors and 160,000 square feet of new classrooms, labs, interdisciplinary gathering areas, a new campus café, and access to new technology. Think state-of-the art health sciences equipment. Think ...

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 ...

Top form

National champ Tatiana Zhuravleva’s track and field achievements include five individual Great Lakes Valley Conference titles for UIndy—and a third-place finish at the Russian track and field ...

Welcome, freshmen!

The first day of Welcome Week at UIndy seems almost like a holiday. The day starts early. So many volunteers from all over campus meet the freshmen and their families at the residence halls that moving in takes mere ...

Intern

Getting an internship at Google isn’t easy. In fact it’s so challenging that Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson starred in a movie about landing an internship at the company. More than 40,000 students applied this ...

Dash 2 donate

Running it off For UIndy students, combining service with fun is not the exception—it’s the rule! At least that’s the way UIndy FIT likes to do things. The student group, which encourages students to stay ...

It’s a snap

Seeing is believing Occupational Therapy student Lauren Chilman has a passion for capturing priceless moments with her camera. So when it was time to start her Honors project, photography was the obvious choice. ...