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UIndy’s pre-med program gets students ready for grad school—with time for a life Tirzah and Austin are serious when it comes to their studies. Which is a good thing when you’re planning to go to medical ...

Trustee Carolyn Coleman (left) and Provost Deborah Balogh bestow a hood on famed TV journalist Jane Pauley (center) to signify her honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from UIndy. Pauley gave the undergraduate ...

Alex Oberheide, an aspiring actor seen here in the play Spike Heels, originally was recruited to play soccer at UIndy. He loved the challenge of performing on both field and stage but decided to focus on theatre his ...

Jacki Dillman had never left the country before becoming a UIndy student, but that changed in the fall of ’09. As part of the Odyssey in Athens program, she spent a semester at UIndy’s campus in Greece, using it ...

UIndy’s about to begin building a new sports & recreation facility, to be ready this fall. One part, a 68,000-sq.-ft. air-supported dome, will sport a six-lane track, weight room, and golf practice area, with ...

They practice five days a week, learn multiple routines, and can be found most often performing at UIndy’s home football and basketball games. Meet the UIndy Dance Team, which brought home a number of awards at ...

It may not be the most glamorous sport, but that hasn’t stopped the more than 150 members of the UIndy Bowling Association from having a good time. No experience is required—in fact, it’s frowned upon. This ...

Communication majors (including newspaper editor Adrian, above) find plenty of hands-on opportunities to learn at UIndy, beginning their freshman year, whatever their specialty. Also: there’s a story inside for ...