Category Archives: Student Reflection

Looks Can Be Deceiving-Student Reflection

Lucas Oil Stadium is clearly a facility that words could just not do its justice to explain the amazing design that the architects of HKS, Inc. This was obviously created to give spectators the best experience possible during events. Of … Continue reading

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Lucas Oil Stadium-Student Reflection

Today I got the opportunity to view the ins and outs of the Lucas Oil Stadium, home for the NFL Indianapolis Colts. This state-of-the-art facility was amazing to me because every aspect of this facility represents the events that are … Continue reading

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Preserving the past….Empowering the Future-Student Reflection

The NCAA Hall of Champions is a time capsule of the past to our present within intercollegiate athletics. During our visit we first started out by touring the museum part of the venue, led by Michael Cioroianu. This included two … Continue reading

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The Place Where Records are Broken-Student Reflection

Today our first stop was IUPUI (Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis). We had the pleasure of touring their athletics facilities. With their facilities the main attraction is the Natatorium. The Natatorium has a seating capacity of 4,700, making it … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Jungle-Student Reflection

Heading into the third day of the Indianapolis Sport Facility Symposium, IUPUI Athletics gave us the opportunity to view their athletic facilities to start off the morning. It was amazing to see a university’s facilities where they have held and … Continue reading

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