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Vision becoming a reality

Vision becoming a reality

UIndy Starts With You: The Campaign for the University of Indianapolis UIndy has always been a community that strives to prepare students to make a difference in...

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A step ahead in science

A step ahead in science

Alumnus assists in homo naledi breakthrough When a scientific discovery made headlines around the world in September, a University of Indianapolis alumnus had a...

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Making her mark on her city

Making her mark on her city

Strength, resilience, passion, commitment. Yvonne Shaheen loves a good underdog. Sharing her story while seated high atop Indianapolis in one of its most exclusive...

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Indians sales exec triggers winning streak

Indians sales exec triggers winning streak

Joel Zawacki turned down his first two job offers from the Indianapolis Indians in 2007, one as an intern and one on a temporary basis. “I may have been a little...

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Working to lessen the impact of incarceration

Working to lessen the impact of incarceration

The thing about a crisis is that it usually happens when least expected. It’s just before 7 p.m. on a Tuesday and Rachel Halleck ’10 is working the phone, trying...

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Art for the heart

Art for the heart

It’s not always easy to find the right words. In fact, when dealing with a traumatic event such as an illness or a death, many people—especially kids—find...

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Library slated for 21st-century summer makeover

Library slated for 21st-century summer makeover

The University of Indianapolis will fundamentally overhaul its Krannert Memorial Library this summer to create a more versatile study and work facility for students...

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For the greater good

For the greater good

New Master of Public Health program brings world-class educators to UIndy In 2014, the Ebola virus was front page news. And 2015 had barely begun when a measles...

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A true team

A true team

Nearly 60 years ago, Ron Strain stopped by his college president’s office to visit his friend, Dr. I. Lynd Esch. Manning the switchboard there—one of her many...

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Stratospheric success

Stratospheric success

Meteorologically speaking, the Midwest can be an exciting place, hosting everything from tornadoes to snow storms. As a child growing up in Indiana, Dr. Jim Hurrell...

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