Dyer’s Andrew Hennig has had a busy summer, racing his open-wheel midget race car as he pursues a motorsports engineering degree.
INDIANAPOLIS | An advertising campaign targeting students at Indiana's residential colleges and universities is spreading the message about the state's expanded Lifeline Law.
INDIANAPOLIS | A street running through the heart of Gary soon could be renamed to honor a late mayor whose heart pulsed with the rhythm of the city he loved.
Winning a college scholarship from the Concerned Calumet Citizens Committee positively affects their lives, say young adults who have grown up in the Calumet area of East Chicago.
Indiana University has been on a roll. You could say Dustin DeMuth and Scott Donley have provided a lot of the butter.
It didn’t take long for Tony Hollingsworth to break onto the scene at the University of Illinois-Chicago.
VALPARAISO | Ryan Broekhoff was asked after Thursday night’s 20-point victory against IUPUI if the media and fans make too big of a deal about the starting lineup.
Joe Bondi, 18, was awarded the Chancellor’s Scholarship from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis this year, admitting him to the IUPUI Honors College.
Highland High School senior Kevin Cook is a recipient of the Bepko Scholars and Fellows Program Scholarship at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Honors College.
HOBART | On December 2, twelve Project Lead the Way (PLTW) students along with Mr. Vermeulen and Mr. Martin went down to IUPUI for an Indiana student conference.
INDIANAPOLIS | Attorney General Greg Zoeller urged more than 300 Hoosier health care workers and law enforcement officials Tuesday to find ways to halt the illegal distribution and misuse of prescription drugs in Indiana.
Elijah Ray has spent most of his time at Bowman Academy playing above the rim.
COLUMBUS, Ohio | Jared Sullinger missed No. 2 Ohio State's shootaround earlier Thursday while he said goodbye to one of his favorite uncles at a funeral home.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana High Speed Rail Association is joining the Hoosier Environmental Council and Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis in hosting a forum on high-speed rail from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the IUPUI campus.
State funding cuts at a time of increasing enrollments have put a strain on Indiana public higher education, says Teresa Lubbers, Indiana commissioner for higher education.
Dr. Richard Rucoba admits he's not as fast as he used to be. But he's not in a race against time. He's in a race against age -- as in his own age group. And he's pulling away.
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