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Dashing through diversity: How Black Santa products are changing the holiday landscape

The surge in popularity of Black Santa-themed products in the U.S. during the holidays highlights an evolution in consumer preference that underscores a societal push for cultural inclusivity during the holiday season.

Marian University & Simon Youth Foundation offering scholarships for teachers

Marian University’s Fred S. Klipsch Educators College and the Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) announced a new educational partnership to provide financial assistance to SYF educators interested in earning licensure or a graduate degree from the Fred S. Klipsch Educators College. 

Educators for Tomorrow Scholarship

The Fred S. Klipsch Educators College (KEC) at Marian University represents hope and a strength for one of life’s greatest gifts – teachers. The...

Two IPS students can receive full-ride scholarships to Marian University

Marian University received a donation of $2.5 million from the late John “Jack” and Phyllis Sullivan, dedicated to creating educational opportunities for graduates of Indianapolis Public Schools.

Inaugural Commencement at Indiana Women’s Prison: Breaking Barriers Behind Bars

From conviction to courage, tears to triumph and ambition to achievement, the Indiana Women’s Prison’s inaugural commencement echoed the resilience and determination that define the human spirit.

Celebrating the life and work of Jerry Semler

Devoted servant of the Lord Jerry Doran Semler passed away on July 24 and was reunited with his family in heaven. Survived by his...

Improving the lives of persons with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers

Caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease is not the same as caring for someone who has the flu. You cannot leave them on the...

High school students get hands-on experience at Marian University’s Healthcare Camp

Local high school students are taking a break from traditional academics and immersing themselves in college medical classes at Marian University.

Indianapolis native crowned Festival 500 Queen Scholar

Indianapolis native Mykah Coleman has been named Queen Scholar of this year's Festival 500. The Princess Program encompasses 21 cities and 19 universities. This year's...

Dr. Tia Bell named new dean of Nursing at Marian University

Dr. Tia Bell is Marian University’s new dean of nursing. Bell will assume her new role on May 22. Bell said she is excited to...
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