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A capital idea

Junior Todd Byrne is making the most of his experience at UIndy—and especially the Honors Program. But he’s not spending all of his time in Indianapolis. The UIndy Honors program has led Todd to a semester in ...

Keeping the (inter)faith

UIndy sophomore Mark Wolfe is not about to wait for graduation to start changing the world. A triple-major in pre-theology, youth ministry, and philosophy, Mark is the founder of UIndy’s newest registered ...

Art with a heart

Design student creates Honors legacy When Ashley Seaton first came up with the idea for her senior Honors Project, she wasn’t even sure it would be possible. A Visual Communication Design major and Business ...

Experience experience design

Surely, a syllabus that lists a field trip to Disney World can’t be taken seriously, right? And a course dedicated to pirate life? Impossible. But within the swashbuckling small world of UIndy, there’s an ...

The spotlight’s on students

UIndy’s Theatre Department offers a rich mix of mainstage and black box shows, musicals, dinner theatres, and student-directed productions. Theatre majors have many opportunities to work onstage and backstage, ...

‘Shame’

birth of an original High school juniors across the U.S. delve into Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter every year—and you were probably one of them. UIndy unveiled a new dimension to the story this year, ...

Road scholars

UIndy follows a traditional academic calendar, but three-week Spring Term classes are offered each May. Spring Term offerings vary each year and are open to all students, regardless of major. Many students decide ...

No chumps on hump day

On wednesdays, everyone wins free stuff. That’s music to the ears of college students, and UIndy understands. Once a week, the Campus Program Board lets the freebies fly—key chains, Frisbees, T-shirts, even ...

Mass Ave

Ten minutes from UIndy is an artsy district in the heart of the city that’s unlike any other. The Massachusetts Avenue cultural district is rich in art, architecture, food, and shopping—and it’s well known for ...

Meet math professor Jeff Oaks, chair of UIndy’s Department of Mathematics & Computer Science. At UIndy: Since 1992. Teaches Real Analysis Math (abstract calculus); Problem-Solving Math; and independent study ...