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The next Rowling?

Hardly talking by age 3, Francesca Zappia ’15 was screened for autism. “The teacher doing the testing said that I was the lowest-functioning child she had ever seen,” says Francesca, apparently just a late ...

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 ...

Beautiful Belize

Oral history project at Belize Central Prison does have upsides How does this sound: earn college credit for touring Mayan ruins, ziplining, even visiting a howler monkey sanctuary?  What if it also meant going ...

Green is the new black

It’s not every day that you get to see a 400-square-foot house being built inside a student center. Or get to relax on a couch made of wooden pallets. Or make scarves out of T-shirts. But at a new event, “Green ...

Making history accessible

‘It also has helped me prove that the sports strategy should be studied and examined in a new way’ For UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership and Mayoral Archives’ digitization project—the first major ...

On pace for a career

Michael Bradley came to the University of Indianapolis on a scholarship to play tennis and pursue a degree in sports management. When he learned through one of his classes last semester that there were internships ...

The hardest best thing I’ve ever done

Nicole Bies, a first-year student in Occupational Therapy, read the book A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller in her Christian Vocations class at UIndy. That’s when she started ...

Peel of the day

Music major Addelyn Ratcliff, a UIndy senior, recently won a national scholarship contest. Using orange peels. How did that happen? “I started out at DePaul University in Chicago, where my plan was to major ...

Feeling the chemistry

Working in the labs at UIndy has given junior Harleen Athwal a valuable opportunity not a lot of undergrads have: working with a nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer. “I took the investigative lab and the ...

Two views: the freshman experience

In “Too perplexed to pick,” an article in Inside UIndy’s summer issue, two incoming freshmen offered some insight into how they chose the University of Indianapolis. Kylee Crane and CJay Sanders are UIndy ...