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  • 'Subway guy' Jared was key in giving chain healthy image

    Subway said Tuesday it mutually agreed with Jared Fogle to suspend their relationship after the home of the chain's longtime pitchman was raided by federal and state investigators. The separation was jarring because the 37-year-old everyman has become...
  • Hedge fund manager's swank offices concealed a Ponzi scheme

     Hedge fund manager's swank offices concealed a Ponzi scheme
    When Neal Goyal opened his swank North Michigan Avenue offices early last year, it seemed just the latest sign of the hedge fund manager's wild success. His massive corner office had floor-to-ceiling views of the Chicago River. Ten monitors sat on his L-...
  • Former Peace Corps volunteers find new roles in Baltimore's immigration office

    Former Peace Corps volunteers find new roles in Baltimore's immigration office
    Confronted with a need to recruit culturally sensitive workers to help process 20,000 immigrant naturalizations a year in Maryland, Gregory L. Collett turned to a half-century-old presidential decree to drum up applicants. Collett, district director...
  • Catching up with Nicholas Hersh, BSO assistant conductor leading Fourth of July concerts

    Catching up with Nicholas Hersh, BSO assistant conductor leading Fourth of July concerts
    Nicholas Hersh couldn't help picking up a baton. It all started in his college student days, back when he thought he was going to be a cellist. "I found myself disagreeing with the conductors I was playing for," says Hersh, who leads the Baltimore...
  • Judge won't rule on venue change until jury selection

    A judge says she'll wait until jury selection to decide whether to move the trial of a Bloomington man charged with murder in the fatal beating an Indiana University student. Brown Circuit Judge Judith Stewart wrote in a ruling Friday that most media...
  • Soccer standout Andrew Gutman follows his roots to Indiana

     Soccer standout Andrew Gutman follows his roots to Indiana
    Hinsdale Central recent graduate Andrew Gutman has been enamored with Indiana University since he was a kid. His family has a long history of having attended the university and he would often take trips to the Bloomington campus with his parents Phil...
  • Campers in Indiana learn about science at Marble Hill Farm

    Hiking through a field, dodging cow droppings and carrying cowbells and clipboards, Kaitlyn White and Tina Patton, both 14, were practicing their moos as they followed Angus beef cattle at Marble Hill Farm. "I saw a head jerk," said Tina, when a few cows...
  • In quest to raise $6 billion, USC runs a massive fundraising machine

    In quest to raise $6 billion, USC runs a massive fundraising machine
    USC President C. L. Max Nikias was 1,400 miles from the Los Angeles campus, but he knew just how to appeal to his audience. In a swanky hotel ballroom, he told the crowd of alumni and donors that Texas had become the largest feeder of students to USC...
  • Bloomington looks to protect courthouse square buildings

    City officials in Bloomington are considering a move to prevent buildings around the Monroe County Courthouse square being demolished by designating it as a local historic district. The square is about five blocks from the Indiana University campus and...
  • Why conservatives might be better at dieting than liberals

    Are conservatives more likely to stick to a diet than liberals? The answer might be yes. In a paper published Monday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers say there is a link between political ideology and the ability to...
  • Tyler appointed to dean position at McDaniel College

    J. Michael Tyler has been named dean of graduate and professional studies at McDaniel College. Tyler, who has more than 15 years of higher education experience, has held senior-level positions at Gulf Cost University, Wayne State University, the...