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Move over, Madonna

When the University of Indianapolis hosted the NFC champion New York Giants for practices the week of the city’s first Super Bowl, the whole campus caught the spirit of the big game. In a tribute to halftime ...

Animal magnetism

UIndy junior Megan Juchcinski, a social work and psychology major, loves children and animals, so she knew that a summer internship at Sea World’s Adventure Camp in San Antonio, Texas, would be perfect for her. ...

Nursing a love of theatre

When Arianne Villareal started looking for colleges, she knew it was going to be tricky. She was looking for a school that would allow her to double major in two very different fields: Nursing and Theatre. That path ...

Color her creative

I could not believe it! It wasn’t until that moment that I realized the potential of the project and how big of a donation I could actually make to the organizations in Belize UIndy’s Anna Elzer is using an ...

Top dog Communication

It’s hard work being top dog. Press releases need to be written and delivered in a timely manner. Upcoming events need a brochure. Ideas for a new brand-awareness campaign have to be pitched to the client. ...

Air time

UIndy’s WICR-HD1 was introduced as Indiana’s first public HD station back in ’04. Then HD2 was launched in ’07. Now the University’s public radio station has expanded its lineup again with HD3. The HD2 and ...

Good for business

Indianapolis a gold mine for jobs, internships Business students are relying on UIndy’s Center for Business Partnerships to find internships, professional experience, and jobs after graduation. The School of ...

Work it

Plan ahead Planning for a career while you’re in high school is a pretty tall order. Interviewing for a job or an internship as a college student is a daunting prospect, too. Building a résumé from scratch can ...

Indy Bike Trails

Outta the car! hop on a bike Indianapolis is encouraging students and other Indy residents to abandon four wheels in favor of two. The city has been recognized as a “Bicycle-Friendly Community” by the League of ...

Careful on campus—you might bump into the bookworm

Roving bibliophile In this age of smartphones, tablets, and e-books, UIndy biology professor John Langdon still has his nose stuck in a book. You might see him walking across campus, weaving his way around students, ...