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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, ...

The sweet spot

Junior Ashtyn Brown says that the week of October 16, 2011, changed her life forever. That was the week that she represented Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis as the ambassador for the Children’s Miracle ...

A strong finish

This year, senior Daniel Chan Bastos da Silva is one of the more than 500 international students from more than 60 countries who are studying at the University of Indianapolis. When he came here in 2012 from Rio de ...

Working the  opportunities — Professional Edge Center

New center helps students to get ready for life after college Meet the roommate. Move in. Go to class. Graduate and get an awesome job. Right? Graduation may seem like it’s an eternity away when you start college. ...

Recent grad uses marketing skills to become a social media maven

Sometimes it’s all about being in the right place at the right time. For Andrew Lamping, UIndy Class of ’11 and entrepreneurship graduate, it means knowing how to put a business in the right place at the right ...

Greyhound highlights

UIndy is an exciting place to be! Big changes are happening this year. UIndy welcomed its largest freshman class ever in August. The UIndy Health Pavilion will open this fall and a major renovation of the library is ...

An educational smorgasboard

Amanda Miller, UIndy sociology professor and self-proclaimed foodie, applies her passions to her research and classes as well, serving up hot and fresh knowledge to her hungry students. Miller’s research on food, ...

Ready for the main event

Q & A with Jeff Weiss Major: Nursing Campus involvement: Wrestling for four years; volunteer coaching; resident assistant for Warren Hall. Favorite UIndy traditions: Homecoming festivities and the Midnight ...

Inside Scoop – Spring 2015

A living legend American dancer and choreographer Twyla Tharp will speak March 18 on campus as part of UIndy’s Sutphin Lecture Series. She’s choreographed more than 164 works: 129 dances, 12 television specials, ...

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 ...