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Using software to manage soft wear

A typical morning for Joan Sojka began with stereotypical intern tasks, like answering emails and taking phone calls. And her answers usually dealt with size requirements for scarves. She did a lot of chatting with ...

Tackling a tough opponent

The Blondes versus Brunettes game in April 2011 was flag football, so there was no tackling involved. But the game will always have a special place in Lara Parker’s heart. The event was part of the “Let’s ...

A special odyssey

Students head to Greece for adventures in ‘voluntourism’ “It was amazing to see people come together for such a positive event without worrying about what else was going on in the world. To see the athletes ...

Knowing the drill

Hands-on, ahead of schedule Unlike some people, UIndy senior MaKayla Reid does not cringe at the sound of a dentist’s drill. That may be because Makayla dreams of one day being behind the drill, not in front of ...

Developing a new generation of public leaders

The annual Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders, a UIndy fixture for more than 30 years, now has a permanent home. UIndy and the Senator partnered to create the Symposium for thousands of Indiana high ...

Meadows for (Student) Congress

The Henry Clay Center’s annual Student Congress, held annually in Lexington, Kentucky, is designed to acquaint a new generation of leaders with celebrated 19th-century Kentucky statesman Henry Clay. The ...

Singapore Summer

Two UIndy art majors took advantage of an incredible opportunity this year, traveling 10,000 miles to work in the Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore for summer internships. Christopher Hartley (above) and John ...

Inside Scoop ~ Fall 2011

Shaoxing shout-out UIndy has tons of connections abroad: a branch campus in Greece, partnerships with schools in China and Belize, and sister institutions in South Africa, Cyprus, and Taiwan. Its newest ...

Dazzled by disney

 Welcome experience Senior Alyssa Brown, a Management & Administration major, is becoming a master of hospitality after working at Indy’s classy Conrad Hotel—and at a Disney World resort. She plans to ...

Ready, set design

When Jim Ream has to design a dinner theatre set that will fit into Schwitzer Student Center’s dining hall, he doesn’t have to wonder whether he made a steeple that’s too tall or a ship that’s too ...