EventsSpring 2011

Winter 2010/Spring 2011 Alumni Events

Into the valley of chocolate rode the 200
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The Student Alumni Association opened the doors of the Stierwalt Alumni House to treat students to delicious desserts at the annual Dessert Diversion. More than 200 students came out to enjoy sweet treats during final exam week. Each student who brought in two canned goods scored a pair of coveted (it was December) UIndy SAA ear warmers. And all the cans collected—nearly 250—were donated to Better Indy Babies.

Having a (monster) ball
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Hundreds came back to campus for the Alumni Super Supper/Pack-the-House Night. After filling up on dinner brought in from an assortment of Indianapolis’s most popular eateries, adults and kids alike hit the court for some Monster Basketball before heading to Nicoson Hall for the varsity action. (And the kids didn’t mind the squeaks from the clown making balloon animals.)

Stolen hearts? Blame the Burglar
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Alumni couples enjoyed a great all-you-could-eat meal in the Schwitzer Student Center at the traditional Graduates of the Heart dinner theatre event. After dessert (attendees were treated to a delicious chocolate UIndy heart), they applauded theatre students appearing in the farce There’s a Burglar in My Bed.

Greyhounds in gatorland
February 2011
Alumni in and around Bonita Springs and the Villages, Florida, were greeted by their Alumni Association at two fun gatherings. The alumni were given an update on the changes and additions taking place on UIndy’s campus while they met and socialized with one another.

Thank you! (Now back to work!)
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Alumni who are also employed by UIndy were treated to a day of recognition and appreciation March 23. In the morning they were treated to their beverage of choice from the Perk. They then enjoyed a luncheon in their honor and celebrated the winner of the 2011 Distinguished Faculty/Staff Alumni award recipient. Honored were Sarah Huck ’11, a senior from Indianapolis, and Razin Bouzar ’08, a professor in UIndy’s School of Education.

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