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 […]

4 March

We are No Mean City

Seeing the headlines and our news feeds anymore can be disheartening. Cities and people across our country are facing grave challenges each and every day. Indy is certainly no exception, and each of us have a responsibility to keep pushing harder and further. We believe that to celebrate Indy, and to know our neighbors, is […]

27 January

We Love You Here

Life can be hard. Especially when you feel that you don’t, or can’t, fit in. We love you here. A simple message, but powerful. This week, our friends at Open For Service are launching a campaign that we want to help drive forward. It is a message of hope to rally around; one to inspire and […]