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Tackling a tough opponent

The Blondes versus Brunettes game in April 2011 was flag football, so there was no tackling involved. But the game will always have a special place in Lara Parker’s heart. The event was part of the “Let’s ...

A special odyssey

Students head to Greece for adventures in ‘voluntourism’ “It was amazing to see people come together for such a positive event without worrying about what else was going on in the world. To see the athletes ...

Knowing the drill

Hands-on, ahead of schedule Unlike some people, UIndy senior MaKayla Reid does not cringe at the sound of a dentist’s drill. That may be because Makayla dreams of one day being behind the drill, not in front of ...

Meadows for (Student) Congress

The Henry Clay Center’s annual Student Congress, held annually in Lexington, Kentucky, is designed to acquaint a new generation of leaders with celebrated 19th-century Kentucky statesman Henry Clay. The ...

Singapore Summer

Two UIndy art majors took advantage of an incredible opportunity this year, traveling 10,000 miles to work in the Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore for summer internships. Christopher Hartley (above) and John ...

An honors project in the public interest

What do a black smudge on Google Earth, a school with record asthma rates, and the closing of a profitable factory have in common? The makings of a perfect Honors Project topic. UIndy’s Ceciley Starkey, a Biology ...

Internship CSI style

Senior chemistry major Meghan Teunis was able to experience much more than just textbooks and labs last summer. She took her classroom knowledge to Michigan, where she worked with the Michigan State Police ...

An internship that’s no joke

You might call Brent Terhune the class clown. A Communication major and a senior this fall, Brent’s known on and off campus for his comedy. He’s been telling jokes to his friends and family forever.  Now he ...

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 ...