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New Hound!

For the first time in nearly 40 years, UIndy’s live mascot program has returned. Meet Grady, a two-year-old retired racer from Daytona, Florida.  Good Boy Fast Facts! Best friends: students Arch enemy: ...

Power in Numbers

“I have gained a better grasp of the research process and a lot of programming skills.” – Luke Roberts ’20 From insurance to banking to government, industries around the world need help in assessing ...

Greyhounds Racing Around the World

From the yard of bricks to a big drink of milk in Victory Lane, everyone knows how important auto racing is to the history and culture of Indianapolis. Recently, a group of Greyhounds had the opportunity to see how ...

Real-World Collaboration

If you’re planning a career in healthcare, learning how to work with other professions isn’t just a bonus. It’s essential. That’s the idea behind Interprofessional Education (IPE) Week at the University of ...

High-Tech in the Health Pavilion

Cutting-edge medical technology in the Health Pavilion is creating unique learning opportunities for students at the University of Indianapolis. Here’s an inside look at some of the most innovative pieces of ...

Maximizing Athletic Ability

Matt Cornett ’20 knows how to get the most from his body. As a decathlete for UIndy’s track team, he pushes the limits in ten different, grueling events. He is strong. He is fast. He can endure. And he ...

Life in the Fast Lane: Rapid Transit Comes to UIndy

Indy’s New Red Line Makes a Stop on Campus UIndy’s exciting growth and development is not limited to the boundaries of campus. Students will now have the opportunity to be more fully connected to the city of ...

Greyhounds Go Global

Stepping out of your comfort zone can bring amazing rewards and unforgettable experiences. That’s what University of Indianapolis students realized after registering for spring term trips in 2019. Dozens embarked ...

Making the Most of Your Campus Visit

with Amy Ragle ’18, ’20 (Biology, Occupational Therapy) Making the trip to campus? Student Tour Guide Amy Ragle gives insider’s advice on good questions to ask, her must-see spots on campus and how to maximize ...

Dream Big

 How a UIndy grad landed a job at one of the Big Four tech companies “Dreams come true sometimes,” said Hussain Alhassan ’18 about his job as a software engineer at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. He ...