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  • High tech hopes: Can Bloomington's tech park succeed?

    Google probably won't open its next satellite campus in Bloomington. But city officials say the idea of a tech giant moving into town isn't as outlandish as it might seem. Santa Clara County, California, home to tech capital Silicon Valley, holds the No....
  • ESPN's Sage Steele to give IU commencement address

    Indiana University says ESPN contributor Sage Steele will speak at the school's undergraduate commencement. Steele graduated from IU's School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation in 1995. She will give the graduation address at the May 9 ceremony...
  • Recent cuts at OCMA not a retreat, head of museum's trustees says

    Recent cuts at OCMA not a retreat, head of museum's trustees says
    The recent downsizing at the Orange County Museum of Art has left the Newport Beach institution without a chief curator and the art world stunned. But in a telephone interview with The Times, Craig Wells, the president of the museum's board of trustees,...
  • Readers pledge donations for Gary teen's trip to international science fair

    Readers pledge donations for Gary teen's trip to international science fair
    Kashka Johnson will be attending that international science fair competition next month, thanks in part to you, and you and you. As soon as my Monday column ran online, readers from across the country began contacting me to pledge donations,...
  • Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues

     Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues
    Shulamit Ran remembers very well how she came to be hired as a professor of music at the University of Chicago. It was 1973, roughly a decade after she had moved from her native Tel Aviv to New York to study composition and piano at the Mannes College...
  • Conference offers insights on med school

    Pre-med students looking to apply to medical school, as well as high school students with aspirations of one day becoming a doctor, will learn what it takes and how to do it at a one-day weekend conference at Indiana University School of Medicine –...
  • Q&A: District 219 School Board candidates

    Q&A: District 219 School Board candidates
    Eleven candidates are running for four openings on the School District 219 Board of Education. Incumbents Sheri Doniger, Jeffrey Greenspan, David Ko, and Eileen Valfer are running for reelection. New faces on the ballot include Jon Heinz, Lateef...
  • State high court judge may have broken rule by quizzing lab

    Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser recused himself from a drunken driving case earlier this year after he apparently went outside court proceedings and asked questions of a state lab. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported (http://bit.ly/...
  • Manes: Shrine of Christ's Passion in St. John beautiful and solemn

    Manes: Shrine of Christ's Passion in St. John beautiful and solemn
    "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do." — Jesus Christ Paul Anderson is general manager of The Shrine of Christ's Passion in St. John. With Easter approaching, he is busier than ever and literally wears track shoes on the job....
  • IUN marketing professor headed to India

    IUN marketing professor headed to India
    Dr. Subir Bandyopadhyay is having a pretty good year. The Indiana University Northwest marketing professor has earned a Fulbright-Nehru Award, which will allow him to spend four months in India developing and analyzing data about consumerism in the...
  • 'Little Shop of Horrors' comes to stage at IUN

    'Little Shop of Horrors' comes to stage at IUN
    A musical about a big plant with an unusual appetite is being presented by the performing arts department at Indiana University Northwest in Gary. Theatre Northwest's "Little Shop of Horrors" runs Thursday, April 2, through Saturday, April 18. The...