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NewsWinter/Spring 2020

Founding New Traditions

Good Hall, named after the University of Indianapolis’ third president, I.J. Good, has served as an iconic presence for generations of students, alumni, and community members who have passed through its columns. Today, Good Hall represents the strength and history...

Walt Koon ’74 (economics and finance) and wife Janette Koon ’75 (sociology)
NewsWinter/Spring 2020

A Passionate Commitment

hen the newest members of the 1902 Society began giving, it was 1994, and the University of Indianapolis celebrated the opening of the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. That same year, 1958 alumnus William Raspberry received a Pulitzer Prize in...

ImpactWinter 2014

The Washington Semester: A capital idea

An internationally recognized statesman, U.S. Senator Richard Lugar is a longtime partner of the University of Indianapolis, including hosting the Lugar Symposium for 37 years and serving as a trustee most of that time. Having also taught at UIndy during...

Fall 2013Impact

Homecoming 2013!

Homecoming 2013 is all about kicking things up a notch. Planning was still underway at press time, so there are surprises in store. And the calendar is already packed with events. For all the details and to register for events,...

Fall 2013Impact

Big-league opportunity

An exercise science major snagging a full-time job with a major league baseball team—even before his graduation? It hardly sounds real. But it happened in the spring for UIndy senior Tyler Norton of St. Marys, Ohio. And the Los Angeles...

Fall 2013Impact

Physical therapy students pair with IU clinic

Partnership to support community in need Krannert School of Physical Therapy students are offering free services to a community in need through a partnership with the Indiana University Student Outreach Clinic. The IU-SOC is an interdisciplinary, student-run clinic dedicated to...

Fall 2013Impact

The Whipstitch Sallies

Band's success a pleasant surprise for recent grad A funny thing happened while Kat Erickson ’13 was pursuing her master’s degree in sociology at UIndy: she found herself playing upright bass in an old-timey string band that’s making waves on...

Fall 2013Impact

Write now

It’s a question that most students will face at some point during their college career: If I study what I love, will I be able to do something with my degree? Ryan Brock ’10 is a great example of someone...

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