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Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.

UIndy tackles teacher shortage with new campaign

Marion County schools, like many communities across the nation, face a growing teacher shortage. Empty classrooms and stretched resources paint a concerning picture, but...

Recorder Rewind: Butler magic returns to Hinkle against Texas Tech

Hinkle Fieldhouse is back! One of the proudest, most invested fan bases in college basketball has struggled to find much to get excited about since...

Recorder Rewind: Catch me if you can with Jalen Bonds

Despite recently tearing his meniscus and breaking his collarbone within the last few seasons, Jalen Bonds put up a monstrous stat line of 33...

Recorder Rewind: Butler shines in season opener, shellacs EMU 94-55

The Butler Men's Basketball Team tipped off its 127th season of college hoops in historic Hinkle Fieldhouse on an unseasonably warm Monday night in...

Martin University hires ZeNai Brooks as CFO/Exec VP of Finance & Admin

Martin University is pleased to announce the hiring of ZeNai Brooks as Chief Financial Officer/Executive Vice President of Finance and Administration.

Bob Knight, legendary IU coach, dead at 83

Bob Knight, the legendary Indiana University men's basketball coach who won three national championships and retired as the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division...

Financial literacy: X’s and O’s from the most important playbook of your life

Financial literacy and sports often go hand-in-hand. Butler University men's basketball is also near. Amidst all of the squeaks and bounces in Hinkle...

Test-optional? How Indiana students are choosing to submit their scores to colleges

In a landscape where the path to higher education is shifting, Indiana’s students are making pivotal choices that could shape their academic futures.

Indianapolis filmmaker releases book inspiring youth in media

Indianapolis-based filmmaker and educator Al Smith released his third book “Lights! Camera! College!” The book explores career paths in the media industry in an effort...
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