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Kicking with Conan

You might say that UIndy junior Will Schnabel of Indianapolis has had some pretty good opportunities so far in his college career. A communication major and theatre minor, Will managed a heavy course load last year ...

At the helm

‘I wasn’t going to say no’ An extended internship in addition to classes meant hard work for senior Emma Converse of Fort Wayne, Indiana. But it’s paying off in more ways than one. With help from her ...

Advice from an internships expert

Upon enrolling at a university, parents, professors, and even peers encourage you to complete at least one internship during your college tenure. Along with many other pieces of advice they have to offer (which ...

In the trenches

Every day, hundreds of historical artifacts are being discovered that help piece together the history of our world. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to uncover these historical artifacts? Or reveal tools ...

A thundering success

Hard work and determination (and a UIndy education) will get you wherever you need to go. UIndy grad Donnie Strack, who has been working at his dream job since 2008, is a case in point. Donnie is director of ...

Dancing scholar

Kayla Grimes has begun her final year at UIndy. This year, however, will be a little bit different for her. A political science major with a concentration in pre-law, Kayla is spending a semester in Washington, ...

Let the games begin to teach kids

As a first-year sixth grade teacher, Ben Bertoli has already learned the importance of catering to each child’s individual learning ability. While some are visual learners, for example, and others are hands-on ...

There’s no coasting through calculus

If you’ve been to an amusement park, you know that exciting and terrifying thrill of riding a roller coaster. There are enough twists, turns, loops, corkscrews, and flips in most parks to provide hours of ...

Indy frugalosity

The city of Indianapolis has so much for you to see and explore while you’re a student at the University of Indianapolis! But living on a college-student’s budget can leave you with empty pockets. So check out ...

Teaching at a gallop

Don’t be surprised if you run into chemistry professor Kathy Stickney on campus—literally. An avid runner with nine marathons and more than 50 other races under her belt since 2009, Dr. Stickney is working to ...