26 April

Student Voices: Stella is turning heads

Some people, especially Indy natives and fans of downtown, may have noticed the sudden closing of Pizzology, and the even quicker turnaround to the new restaurant Stella. Pizzology was a restaurant located on the corner of East and Mass Ave where they served eclectic fire-baked pizzas – my favorite was the one with local fennel […]

22 April

What’s the secret to a long life?

What’s the secret to a long life?

I love when a reporter finds the world’s oldest person – or anyone over the age of 100 – and asks, “what’s the secret to a long and healthy life?” The centenarians’ responses – from wise to wisecrack – are usually obvious, always candid and sometimes awesome.  For example: “Exercise every day – just get […]

20 April

Student Voices: Life After Graduation

When you start college, you don’t really think about life after graduation. You are just thinking about getting through each week without having a breakdown. My college days went by just as fast, if not faster, as everyone kept telling me. Before I knew it, I had my diploma in hand and was working effortlessly […]

18 April

1828 Spotlight: Meaghan Banks

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Meaghan is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Meaghan! How do you typically spend your days? I spend my […]

14 April

What to do when April showers spring in Indy

What can you do when Indy’s April showers bring *more* showers and you’re looking for something fun to do that won’t break the bank? Here are a few of my favorite indoor activities for when the rain clouds roll in! Indiana War Memorial This monument is majestic on the outside and has some amazing hidden […]

12 April

Student Voices: Fellow College Students, Look to the Future

Student Voices: Fellow College Students, Look to the Future

At Butler, my average day consists of classes, work, an internship, extracurricular activities, and then homework after that. During any breaks, I try for a social life, sometimes even successfully! While I love a lot of things about college, having such an overloaded schedule is not one of them. I’m not alone in this. I […]

10 April

1828 Spotlight: Addison Pollock

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Addison is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent him some questions. He responded. Keep reading to learn more about Addison! How do you spend your days? It varies, but I typically […]

7 April

Student Voices: Flanner House Community Writing Center

During my time at Marian University, I have had the opportunity to work as a tutor at the Marian University’s Writing Center (MUWC). You may think that a Writing Center focuses specifically on scholarly pieces of writing, which students bring to tutors to edit for perfection. However, this is anything but the case. I have […]

4 April

It’s National Public Health Week and the Mission is Clear

It’s National Public Health Week and the Mission is Clear

According to the American Public Health Association (APHA), “people in many other high-income countries live longer and suffer fewer health issues than Americans today. This is the defining challenge of our generation — a challenge that we, the public health community, are uniquely positioned to help overcome.” And with a goal of becoming the healthiest […]

28 March

1828 Spotlight: Karla Lopez-Owens

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The 1828 Project is one of our signature programs at IndyHub and each year it’s full of incredible leaders between the ages of 18 and 28. Karla is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Karla! What does a typical week look like for you? My days […]