It's not a name, but the fact that "Hail to the Victor's" still includes the line "The Champions of the West" is right up there with Northwestern.
Indiana University Purdue (Purdon't) University-Indianapolis and Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne are both joint ventures of IU and PU. Like, IU runs IUPUI's law school, med school, and business school, while Purdue runs the engineering and life science schools (or something like that). Control of the two schools shifts based on how many students are enrolled in each of the programs of the two schools. The marketing tagline for the two scools is "Why not both?" It is affectionatly know around the state as "Ooooo-eeee-Poo-eeee" (say it out loud), although the students hate that name. Once on ESPN's Bottomline, IPFW was listed as IUPUI-IPFW. Not only was ESPN contending that it was a regional campus of a regional campus of two different schools, and that there was up to five hypens in the college name (sometimes there's a hyphen between Indiana and Purdue, so it's "IU-PU-I", but not in the abbreviation), they made at least something people think there was a school called "Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis - Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne." Nine words in the name of the college. Now that both have Division I athletics, I think it's time for them to change the names.
It's odd though that IUPUI's law school is almost always refered to as "IU-Indy". Good job, forgetting about the farmers from up north. Just remember how to get from Bloomington to West Lafayette. Go north until you smell it, then go west until you step in it.