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Taking down the title

National champ Nick Walpole set records this spring as the first UIndy wrestler to earn a national title. At the NCAA Division II National Championships, Nick competed in the 149-pound weight class and scored a 4-2 ...

Speech! Speech!

National champ Junior Jason Kegerreis did not start his college career timidly. As a member of the Forensics Team, Jason takes the stage in speech meets around the nation to showcase his talents in public speaking. ...

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 ...

No need to wait—get your Greyhound license plate today! Bound to be a Hound? Ready to proclaim your UIndy affiliation to the world? Indiana residents can share the news everywhere they go! There’s no need to ...

Think & swim Maura Donahue, a UIndy sophomore from Milan, Michigan, is scoring more hardware than her dorm room can handle. An NCAA DII National Swimmer of the Week in November, she finished her first year as a ...

Music really transports her Piano performance major Karen Evans has been delighting her audiences since fourth grade. Now a UIndy sophomore, she participates in about eight performances a semester. And as a member ...

Unlike Kendra, Ryan Forney (Class of ’11) knew exactly what he wanted to major in at UIndy. The nationally ranked physical therapy program and Greyhound football provided the attraction. Ryan, of Crown Point, ...

Spotlight on Indy Upcoming big-time sporting events: 2012—Super Bowl XLVI (new UIndy dome to host NFC team practices) 2011—Big Ten Football Championship 2010 & 2015—NCAA Men’s Final Four 2011 & ...

Giving himself the third degree Anders Klintoe is not your typical college student, but he takes it all in stride. An international student from Denmark, he just finished his bachelor’s degree in Business at UIndy ...

PT, baby UIndy physical therapy faculty and students packed both expertise and open hearts for a four-week trip to the African village of Pommern, Tanzania,  in 2009–10. Amber Adkins (left) and Sarah Gates were ...