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  • Universities request more funding to keep tuition affordable

    Leaders from several public universities told lawmakers Thursday they will need a bigger funding boost from the state to keep tuition increases for students in check. Schools have been under pressure in recent years to keep costs low after tuition prices...
  • Seymour medical center part of growing trend in nursing

    Luke Acton and Tyler Wessel are a part of a growing trend. Acton, manager of surgical services, and Wessel, ambulatory services manager, are among 15 male nurses at Schneck Medical Center. There's a male nurse in nearly every department at the Seymour...
  • Correction: China-Military Budget story

    In a story March 5 about China's military budget, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted Adam Liff, assistant professor at Indiana University's School of Global and International Studies. In the paragraph beginning, "In my view ..." the word "myself"...
  • High school senior's video aims to raise $30,000 for Riley

    The idea started with students at a few local high schools dancing and lip-syncing on video. From there, the vision to raise awareness and money for a cause important to one student grew. And grew some more. About two months later, a Whiteland Community...
  • Indiana University student accused of dealing Xanax pills

    A 20-year-old Indiana University student is accused of selling anti-anxiety pills sent through the mail from his fraternity house. Andrew Thrall was arrested Tuesday and charged with dealing a controlled substance. Authorities began investigating the...
  • IU adopts new policy on sexual misconduct, harassment

    Indiana University has adopted a new policy on sexual misconduct and harassment that includes definitions of consent and outlines procedures for reporting and investigating incidents. The policy took effect March 1 and stemmed from a six-month project...
  • Chicago Humanities Festival has new artistic director

    Chicago Humanities Festival has new artistic director
    The Chicago Humanities Festival said it would name on Wednesday Jonathan Elmer its new artistic director, a half-time position that helps guide the festival's programming choices and serves as one of its public faces. Elmer, 54, is a professor of...
  • 'Gary Legends' honors citizens who have worked to make the city better

    'Gary Legends' honors citizens who have worked to make the city better
    GARY – The city celebrated Black History Month Thursday inside City Hall's council chambers, honoring "Gary Legends" and performances by students from Wirt-Emerson Visual and Performing Arts High Ability Academy and the Gary Youth Services Bureau....
  • Benedictine University students earn campus honors

    Benedictine University in Lisle recently named students to the fall 2014 dean's list and dean's recognized list. The following full-time students who achieved a 3.5 grade point average or above were named to the dean's list: From Burr Ridge:...
  • Philip D. Snodgrass

    Philip D. Snodgrass
    Philip D. Snodgrass, who was an assistant general counsel at the National Federation of Federal Employees and a 2005 graduate of Dulaney High School, was killed Monday in downtown Washington when he was hit by a speeding motorist. He was 27 and lived in...
  • Dittmann: Engineering a little family fun easier than it looks

    It's no coincidence that the upcoming week holds both George Washington's birthday as well as National Engineers Week. When the National Society of Professional Engineers initiated Engineers Week in 1951, it was timed with a nod to Washington who, among...