19 July

Exploring Indy in the summer

Greetings, Indy! These last few weeks have been bright and warm – let’s get out and engage with nature! There are so many scenic areas here in town. I’m going to share some interesting attractions and events coming up this summer/early fall. Indy’s next major outdoor event is the Indiana State Fair beginning August 4th […]

11 July

Be Nimble Co Tech Diversity Conference Aims to #DisruptIndy

Thanks to Salesforce and other large tech companies investing in Indianapolis, we have seen a 13.9 percent increase in tech jobs over the past few years. Our city continues to rank at the top of lists for emerging tech hubs. This is causing a ripple effect which is attracting young talent and an attractive quality […]

20 June

Embracing diversity in Indy

My fellow Hoosiers! What comes to mind when we think of the culture of Indianapolis? Sports, Art, Music, Food, Festivals… and of course, some of our most popular neighborhoods and attractions such as: Broad Ripple Village, Massachusetts Avenue, Fountain Square, The Canal & White River State Park, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Museum of Art; all […]

17 January

Cummins’ new building is stunning

Cummins’ new building is stunning

Cummins unveiled their new nine-story, $30 million building in downtown Indy to the public earlier this month. At the formal ribbon-cutting, Mayor Joe Hogsett and Governor-Elect Eric Holcomb both remarked that this is more than a building – it’s a recruitment tool for Indy and will revitalize the East Market Street corridor. The more than […]

23 November

Student Voices: The necessity of multilingualism

In America, we take pride in a whole lot. Portion sizes, fireworks, football, rags-to-riches stories, our freedom—you name it. One thing I fear we cannot take pride in is our adaptability to the global community around us, specifically in regards to language. Almost everyone I know speaks one language and one language only: English. Good […]

15 July

How one IUPUI grad student turned her passion into a career

The faculty and staff at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy aim to empower students to lead and innovate in their community in order to create lasting change in the world. Shanel Poole, a student of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, grew up in Indianapolis and is a prime example of how the school has […]