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BizVoice Magazine – Whirlwind of Progress

This summer, I was fortunate enough to be asked to write an article for the Indiana Chamber of Commerce's BizVoice magazine, a publication with a readership of over 15,000. BizVoice is the "largest broad-based business advocacy organization in the state, representing Hoosier employers for more than 90 years." This was an amazing opportunity for me,… Continue reading BizVoice Magazine – Whirlwind of Progress

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How the Impact Awards Indirectly ‘Impacted’ Me

In addition to having started my campus job just over a year ago, it has also been roughly a year since I began my internship with locally-based nonprofit Indiana Futsal! What originally began as temporary internship for a sport I'd never heard of  before (Oops) has flourished into a yearlong position I'm highly grateful for.… Continue reading How the Impact Awards Indirectly ‘Impacted’ Me

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Article – Finding Futsal, an athletic outlet for inmates at Marion Co. Jail

Over the past several years, it has become increasingly common for correctional facilities to provide sports recreation for their inmates as a potential diversion from illicit activities. A 2012 report from the Prisoners’ Education Trust, even states that becoming actively involved in a sports league during detention can foster “an alternative social network, access to… Continue reading Article – Finding Futsal, an athletic outlet for inmates at Marion Co. Jail

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Article – Student commencement speaker Amber Kriech discusses her path before and after graduation

Click here to view this article where it was originally published. Recent IUPUI graduate Amber Kriech has long had a passion for public speaking, a characteristic that led to her most recent endeavor: delivering a commencement address to over 4,000 of her fellow Jaguars. Though most students would likely have found the idea of being… Continue reading Article – Student commencement speaker Amber Kriech discusses her path before and after graduation

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Miscommunications from Professors

(And other people higher up on the food chain) When it comes to the classroom, there are very few things as frustrating as a professor who gives unclear instructions. It is especially difficult for me to be patient with communications professors who do this. How could you possibly give a delightful, well-informed lecture on transparent… Continue reading Miscommunications from Professors