Scavenger hunt teaches frosh about Indy

ALL-IN circleA 600-strong herd of UIndy freshmen invaded downtown Indianapolis on Thursday for a three-hour scavenger hunt designed to introduce them to civic and cultural life in the city and state.

The hunt was organized in collaboration with Indiana Humanities’ ALL-IN initiative, a social media campaign that poses questions and challenges to promote community involvement.

The chase began at Monument Circle and ended with a party on the Indiana State Museum lawn, with stops that included the Statehouse and other downtown landmarks. Afterward, the new students caught an Indianapolis Indians game at Victory Field with UIndy alumni and President Robert Manuel, who threw out the ceremonial first pitch.

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