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  • Former Sun editor named Poynter president

    Former Sun editor named Poynter president
    A former Baltimore Sun editor has been named president of the Poynter Institute, a journalism school and media strategy center with students around the world. Timothy A. Franklin, 53, who served as editor and senior vice president of the Sun between...
  • Football helmet design can alter concussion rate, study finds

    Super Bowl viewers might want to keep an eye on the helmets crashing together in Sunday’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. A new study says that the lids worn by opposing quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson, not to...
  • Study: Most Clueless About Electric Vehicle Subsidies

     
    Similar to the old "if-a-tree-falls-in-the-woods" question, if government incentives to encourage the purchase of plug-in vehicles are offered, but no one knows about them, do they make a difference? A research team at Indiana University conducted a...
  • Few arrests, convictions in campus sex assault cases

    Few arrests, convictions in campus sex assault cases
    Women who report sexual violence on college campuses seldom see their accused attackers arrested and almost never see them convicted, according to a Tribune survey of several Midwestern universities. The survey of six schools in Illinois and Indiana...
  • Japan trip canceled for St. Joseph County students

    The deadly earthquake and tsunami canceled a planned study trip to Japan for two St. Joseph County residents. "We are not going anywhere this week," said New Carlisle resident MaryJane Slaby, an undergraduate journalism student at Indiana University...
  • About Bob Englehart

    Bob Englehart was born November 7, 1945 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Influenced by children's book illustrators Tibor Gergely and H.A. Rey, he determined early in life to be an artist. Later, as a teenager, Bill Mauldin, Norman Rockwell, and the illustrators...
  • How do cell phones affect young brains?

    How do cell phones affect young brains?
    Cell phone safety warnings are generally designed for a large man with a big head who talks less than half an hour a day. The average toddler's head, however, weighs about half as much and is far more susceptible to the microwave radiation the phone...
  • It's a long road before plug-in vehicles reach mainstream

    It's a long road before plug-in vehicles reach mainstream
    The year 2012 is looking like a huge one for the introduction of electric vehicles. This includes cars that are fully electric, like the Nissan Leaf, and those that are plug-in hybrids, much like the Chevrolet Volt, which operates as a plug-in electric...
  • Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?

    Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?
    The violent tornado that ravaged Joplin, Mo., killing at least 117, had hospital employees rushing to transport patients to safety at the last few minutes and forced others into refrigerators for shelter. There was 20 minutes of advance warning provided...
  • Are these items really expired?

    Are these items really expired?
    There are telltale signs that a product has gone bad. Moldy bread. Clumpy milk. The layer of fur blanketing the cream cheese. But what about the toothpaste sitting in your pantry for years after a zealous bulk purchase? Or those condoms waiting...
  • $10 Million Bird Book On Display At Trinity College

    $10 Million Bird Book On Display At Trinity College
    One of the finest remaining copies of the extraordinarily rare and enormously valuable "Birds of America" books of avian art by John James Audubon is now showcased for public viewing in the Watkinson Library at Trinity College. As befits a book that in...