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Indianapolis Monthly Wins CRMA General Excellence Award

IM faced stiff competition to take home the best-in-class recognition.

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Indianapolis Monthly Wins 13 SPJ Awards

Check out the lauded features and photo essays here.

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Andre Agassi Christens New Indy Charter School

“I’m making up for being disqualified the last time I played in Indianapolis,” Agassi said when addressing the audience of about 200.

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Sticky Wicket: Will Indy Get On Board with Cricket?

Tickets just went on sale for the U.S. Cricket National Championships in August. But wondering (aloud) what we might have paid for instead has already made for compelling sport.

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Allison Edwards

Since joining Indianapolis Monthly in 2002, Allison Edwards has held four positions at the magazine. Currently, she works on City Guide, The Ticket, and a host of publications for Visit Indy and the Indiana Office of Tourism Development. She graduated from Ball State University with a BA in fine arts and journalism, and currently lives […]

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Andrea Ratcliff

Ratcliff joined the Indianapolis Monthly staff in 2006 after 10 years of designing publications and marketing materials for professional associations. The IU journalism alum coordinates and directs photo shoots and prepares the layouts for special advertising sections and supplements. She is also the art director for IM’s annual publications, Home and Shops. She lives in […]

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Ruff Data: Purdue Study Targets Rottweilers

There’s plenty of precedent for trying to extend human lives by studying dogs. Canine research helped pioneer the use of insulin for diabetics and blazed the path for anti-hormonal prostate cancer treatments.

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Higher Education—U through Z

University of Evansville
1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, 800-423-8633, evansville.edu. Enrollment: 2,643. Annual tuition: $30,596. Room and board: $10,460. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s.

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Higher Education—M through P

Manchester University, 604 E. College Ave., North Manchester, 260-852-5000, manchester.edu. Enrollment: 1,350. Annual tuition: $28,000. Room and board: $9,400. Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral.

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Higher Education—Q through T

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, 5500 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, 812-877-1511, rose-hulman.edu. Enrollment: 2,388. Annual tuition: $40,449. Room and board: $12,057. Degrees offered: bachelor’s, master’s.

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Higher Education—I through L

Indiana State University, 200 N. Seventh St., Terre Haute, 800-468-6478, indstate.edu. Enrollment: 13,183. Annual tuition: $8,216 (in-state), $18,146 (out-of-state). Room and board: $8,746 and up. Degrees offered: certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral.

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Higher Education—A through E

Anderson University, 1100 E. Fifth St., Anderson, 800-428-6414, anderson.edu. Enrollment: 2,442. Annual tuition: $26,770. Room and board: $9,250. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral.

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Private Schools—Non-Church-Affiliated

Curtis Wilson Primary School & Academy, 7850 S. Emerson Ave., 317-882-8636. Grades: PK–8. Enrollment: 152. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 90.6. Annual tuition: $7,700–$9,680.

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Higher Education—F through H

Franklin College, 101 Branigin Blvd., Franklin, 800-852-0232, franklincollege.edu. Enrollment: 1,000. Annual tuition: $28,000. Room and board: $8,400. Degree offered: bachelor’s.

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Private Schools—Christian (Presbyterian, Seventh Day Adventist & United Pentecostal Church)

Presbyterian, Southport Presbyterian Christian School, 7525 McFarland Blvd., 317-534-2929. Grades: PK–6. Enrollment: 256. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 79.5. Annual tuition: full-day K, $3,960; grades 1–5, $4,110; grade 6, $4,580.

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