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If you’re looking for a warm, friendly and loving community where you can connect, celebrate, and grow spiritually, you’ve found it.

The Indianapolis Union Station was the first union station in the world, opening on September 20, 1853, by the Indianapolis Union Railway within the Wholesale District of Indianapolis.
Seating approximately 80 people, this flexible thrust black-box style space is UIndy's most intimate performing venue.

The University of Indianapolis men's and women's tennis programs are proud to call the UIndy Tennis Center home.

It's been a good year for the Cunningham Restaurant group. Layton Roberts, Cunningham's all-star roving head chef, has created an incredible menu, with updated favorites like kimchi meatballs and old favorites like their New York Strip served with celery root puree. It's a great spot that splits the difference between experimentation and familiarity, which makes the updates all the more refreshing. The interior is stunning, with an outstanding bar program to accompany the enormous variety of dishes available, from a charcuterie plate to a big ol' slab of beef. Check it out in the old Trowel Arts building next time you're searching for a new place on Mass Ave.

University High School of Indiana is an independent college preparatory school located in Carmel, Indiana. Founded in 2000, the school provides an educational and empowering environment for its nearly 290 students that promotes faculty/student mentoring; a small, core-values-driven community; four-year, student-focused college counseling; and personalized education.

The University of Evansville is a private, United Methodist college located in Evansville, Indiana.
The University of Indianapolis, popularly known as UIndy, is a private, comprehensive and diverse institution of higher education located on nearly 50 acres just minutes from downtown Indianapolis.

U of I cultural venues, in addition to the almost daily programs in Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, include Schwitzer Student Center, and Ransburg Auditorium and Studio Theatre in Esch Hall. The Kellogg Writers Series are free and open to the public, as are many music programs by students and faculty. U of I Theatre Department productions require tickets.
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