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 […]

24 March

1828 Spotlight: Lauren George

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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. Lauren is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent her some questions. She responded. Keep reading to learn more about Lauren! How do you spend your days? Making things happen, hopefully. I […]

16 March

Student Voices: Age of Opportunities

Student Voices: Age of Opportunities

The first time I felt old was in fourth grade. Why, exactly? Well, it was the first time I had to wear a sweater vest to school. I grew up wearing a uniform: navy pants, belt, solid-colored dress shoes, white collared shirt, and, starting in fourth grade, a sweater vest. From fourth grade and up, […]

13 March

1828 Spotlight: David O’Rourke

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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. David is a part of 1828’s Class VI. We sent him some questions. He responded. Keep reading to learn more about David! How do you spend your days? I spend my days as […]

10 March

Student Voices: A New Side of the Zoo

One summer when I was a kid, my mom bought a season pass to the Indianapolis Zoo. More days than not, I remember my mom and I donning bikinis and flip flops, lathering up with baby oil and marching our backpack-laden booties through the front gates like we owned the place. It was always hot. […]

8 March

5 Ways to Save Indy’s Puppies & Kittens

5 Ways to Save Indy’s Puppies & Kittens

Ever wondered how to keep puppies and kittens little and cuddly forever? Well, I’ve learned the secret and I’m sharing it with you now! You can have perpetual puppies and kittens by signing up to be a foster parent, like me, through one of Indy’s local animal shelters. My favorites are Indianapolis Humane Society, FACE, […]