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Comedy career clicks for UIndy alumnus

Brent Terhune hasn’t hit the big time yet, but he is nurturing a national reputation, and he’s definitely a celebrity right now on Indianapolis’ south side. With his first comedy album set for release next week, the 2012 UIndy grad graces the covers of both the Southside Times and Southsider Voice weekly newspapers. Terhune, a Roncalli […]

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Faculty Artist Concert Series returns to WICR

Good news: Our amazing faculty musicians are returning to our fabulous radio station. After a brief hiatus, broadcasts of the Department of Music‘s Faculty Artist Concert Series will resume a weekly schedule at 1 p.m. Saturday on UIndy public station WICR-88.7 FM/HD. (The broadcast follows Hoosier History Live!, which airs at noon and this week features Associate Professor […]

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Governor greets new Woodrow Wilson fellows

Gov. Mike Pence and Woodrow Wilson Foundation President Arthur Levine — the guys in the suits — pose today at Stierwalt Alumni House with UIndy’s new class of Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellows in Education Leadership. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and scores of up-and-coming Indiana educators visited campus this morning for the introduction of this year’s new classes entering the […]

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In the news: Poli Sci student’s presidential quest

UIndy sophomore Tyler Knierim poses with Jimmy and Rosalyn Carter in June, during his fifth meeting with the former president. Also a big fan of the Bush family, he has photos with scores of political figures, as well as the occasional astronaut. America’s college sophomores are surely finding endless ways to spend the summer — earning […]

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DeHaan Gallery unveils upcoming exhibitions

The photography of Donna Adams will be part of the UIndy Art & Design Emeriti show, kicking off the new season in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery. The UIndy Department of Art & Design has a series of intriguing exhibitions on the 2015-2016 schedule for the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery. The gallery is […]

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Sept. 21 gala will launch faculty concert series

Maestro Raymond Leppard (center) leads UIndy faculty and students and guest performers during the opening gala of last year’s Faculty Artist Concert Series. UIndy’s acclaimed Faculty Artist Concert Series will formally launch its 35th season with a gala event Sept. 21 featuring conductor Raymond Leppard and a new composition commissioned especially for the occasion. As […]

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New ‘1400’ magazine showcases eventful year

Wow — the 2014-2015 academic year was a busy and historic one here at UIndy. We’ve seen the Health Pavilion rise from an empty lot to become a new campus landmark, soon to be the nerve center of our allied health programs. A $1 million gift will transform Honors College. A $5 million gift will […]

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Theater season to open with Shakespeare

The UIndy Department of Theatre‘s 2015-2016 performance season includes a Shakespearean tragedy, a dinner-theater comedy and a unique contemporary piece based on a real news event and its aftermath. Associate Professor Jim Ream, longtime faculty member and former department chair, will carry the lead role in the classic King Lear, which kicks off the season with its Oct. 23 opening. Aside from […]

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In the news: Business, Poli Sci, Forensics

Dr. Larry Belcher, the new dean of UIndy’s School of Business, was invited for an in-studio interview Tuesday at WXIN-Fox59 to discuss the potential impact of the mounting economic crisis in Greece. “Clearly it’s going to have a disruptive effect on the markets for a while, but it’s probably not going to be significant long term,” […]

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Civic institute to host teacher workshop

UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives is offering a free workshop July 13 and 14 to help Indiana high school teachers make use of local history archives in the classroom. The intensive workshop will explore strategies for tying local history to national themes using primary sources, such as materials in the Mayoral Archives relating to the civil […]

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