Are you a student in the School of Information Technology? If so, you may be interested in the Ivy Tech Spring IT Expo! Students and faculty from all across the state will travel to the downtown Indianapolis campus for this two-day event, taking place April 5-6.
By: Shannon Bowen
Many different hands, some wrinkled, some smooth, some large, and some small.
To whom do these hands belong?
Many people do not know. Continue reading
By: Amanda Chadwick
I have often dreamt of finer things.
To be covered in diamonds, pearls, and silk.
But if l had a million dollars,
Every cent would be devoted to others in need. Continue reading
By: Amanda Chadwick
I hope to see the day when women can be considered equal to men.
The day when we can fiercely wield sharp tongues and a pen.
I want to see MY daughter carry on in MY place to Fight For what is right.
To stand firm on her principles and learn the power of her own might
A Flower cannot grow in a world clouded with blind hate.
But if we stand together as equals we can decide a different fate.
By: Roberta Victery
Every person who walks this Earth has his or her own perspective. Perspective is one’s point of view. Many believe that it is not humanly possible, to alter their perspective. It is very well possible for one to alter one’s perspective. It is all in the hands of the one who would like to have a better outlook on their daily life, to make that change. Making the changes to positively alter a perspective is not easy, by any means. Change, in general, is not something that majority of us humans like to do, in the first place. Positive influence within the daily life can alter a negative perspective by having a conclusive influential surroundings, healthy lifestyles choices, and implementing actions for personal gratitude.
By: Lori Ann Williams
Doing what is right STARTS with me.
Choices are what make or break a person, a home, a world.
Voices followed by emotions can take you places you don’t want to go,
and may take time, time you can’t get back, time wasted,
to remove not just your physical being, but also your mental captivity.
The voice of the Holy Spirit, however, can take you to a destiny
that the brain only wished it could comprehend.
For God’s ways are higher than ours, as well as His thoughts. Continue reading
By: Rodney David
My biggest inspiration in history has to be Marin Luther King Jr. He was born in
Memphis, Tennessee on January 15th, 1929. For those who didn’t know, Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist minister and social activist that played a highly distinctive role in the American Civil Rights Movement. He was known for his speeches and his non-violent protests. Sadly, he was assassinated on April 4th, 1968. Continue reading
By: McKenna Wildauer
Time is awaiting.
Nobody is innocent,
But we can all choose
When to do what is right.
Originally featured in Inside Ivy Tech of Fort Wayne, Warsaw and Wabash
The little robot wheels down an aisle of cheerleaders and waits patiently behind the basketball hoop. He’s controlled by a group of men in green lab coats. They’re not mad scientists, but perhaps they might be Mad Ants scientists?
Andrew Bell, the Engineering department chair at Ivy Tech Community College’s Fort Wayne Campus, will be published in a book celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Advanced Technological Education Program, which provides education in high-technology fields and is funded by the National Science Foundation. Bell’s was one of 24 projects selected for inclusion in the book, which highlights projects from around the country. Continue reading