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Adult learners find their place in a pandemic

Tosin Ajayi has always loved working with computers. She’s amazed by technology in general because in Nigeria, where Ajayi lived until 2009, access was...

Enter a whole new world at Blue Wall VR

Ditch the real world for a virtual one at Blue Wall Virtual Reality (VR), a new business that allows customers to try the latest...

We will not be silenced: net neutrality and the Black community

When a California-based activist posted the phrase #BlackLivesMatter on social media in 2013, she had no way of knowing her sentiment would launch one...

Schooled in Tech: High school students learn tools of the trade

It’s safe to say that today’s teens have a seemingly innate connection with technology. After all, Generation Z, consisting of individuals born mid-1990s to mid-2000s,...

Ivy Tech collecting stories and memories of old St. Vincent Hospital

To commemorate the legacy and history of the old St. Vincent Hospital, which is now Ivy Tech Community College's newest academic building on the...

Ivy Tech recognizes 15,000 dean’s list students

Ivy Tech Community College has named more than 15,000 students statewide to the dean's list for this past fall semester. The dean's list recognizes...

TECH STAR: ONE OF the STATE’S TOP WRESTLERS

The one event I was eager to see last week was the Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) Greco Roman wrestling regional championship tournament...

Ivy Tech President Thomas J. Snyder and Student Michael Rice selected to attend White House Community College Summit

INDIANAPOLIS –Ivy Tech Community College President Thomas J. Snyder and student Michael Rice have been invited by President Barack Obama and Dr. Jill Biden...

Ivy Tech President receives Alumni Achievement Award

INDIANAPOLIS – Ivy Tech Community College President Thomas J. Snyder has been honored with an Alumni Achievement Award from Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity....

Ivy Tech Community College consolidates contracts to save 30 percent on furniture purchases

INDIANAPOLIS – Ivy Tech Community College has entered into multi-year agreements with ten furniture suppliers, including five minority- or woman-owned business enterprises (MWBEs), in...
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