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Community college can be a gateway to a 4-year degree. But Indiana has one of the worst success rates in the nation.

By DYLAN PEERS MCCOY Community colleges are often touted as an affordable start for students who aim to earn four-year degrees. And it’s for good...

Ivy Tech recognizes Indiana Project’s first cohort

Ivy Tech Community College will recognize the first cohort to complete The Indiana Project (TIP) and pass the Securities Industry Essentials (SIE) exam Feb....


Benita Obasuyi’s fashion accessories, including handbags, waist beads, and bracelets, are created using luxury African beads. Written by Ivy Tech Indianapolis Marketing At Benny’s Beading, shoppers...

It is the best of times; it is the worst of times—it is time to revisit a Black agenda.

Before the murder of George Floyd, Black leaders with the African American Coalition of Indianapolis and Black pastors called for a series of policies,...

Three degrees for $45,000: New program aims to diversify teaching

Students could earn three degrees for a total of $45,000 on their way to becoming a teacher through a new partnership between Marian University...

Ivy Tech welcomes new chancellor

Though he’s a native of the Mississippi Delta, Lorenzo Esters has been a valuable part of the Indianapolis community for years. In the nearly...

Community college grad found school a fresh start

Starting over is not an easy thing to do, and it is an especially difficult move for those who feel they have nothing to...

Ivy Tech Community College welcomes first woman president

Sue Ellspermann, Indiana’s former lieutenant governor and the first-ever woman president of the country’s largest singly accredited statewide community college system, has in her...

LISTEN: The Recorder Report August 25, 2016

The Aug. 25 installment of the Recorder Report featured community leaders working to impact the future of Indianapolis.CLICK THE AUDIO PLAYER ON THE LEFT...

Indianapolis Recorder hosts Community Health and Wellness Fair

On Saturday September 20, the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper in partnership with Brothers United Inc., a non-profit agency that provides high quality, comprehensive prevention and...
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