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  • '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...
  • How an HIV outbreak hit rural Indiana -- and why we should be paying attention

    How an HIV outbreak hit rural Indiana -- and why we should be paying attention
    Years ago, William Cooke sensed a crisis building. The only doctor in rural Austin, Indiana, noticed that intravenous drug use was soaring in his town of roughly 4,300, where 23 percent of residents live below the poverty line. He feared that people...
  • Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To Indiana, Says New Law Discriminatory Toward Gays, Lesbians

    Malloy Bans State-Funded Travel To Indiana, Says New Law Discriminatory Toward Gays, Lesbians
    Taking a stand against an Indiana law he called "disturbing, disgraceful and outright discriminatory" toward gays and lesbians, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday banned government-funded travel to the Midwestern state. "We should continue to be...
  • District 204 adjusts last day of school

    District 204 adjusts last day of school
    The last day school for Indian Prairie District 204 will be June 8, as long as the district doesn't take any more emergency days. The School Board recently amended the last day of school due to the three emergency days used this winter. Schools will...
  • Higher and Higher Education

    Higher and Higher Education
    My family profited greatly from community college, particularly Tunxis Community College. And I know ours is not the only family in Connecticut to do so. Not everyone can afford a university education, or are suited to the environment. I briefly...
  • MAR 24 | Blue Sky: How to Find an Angel Investor

    MAR 24 | Blue Sky: How to Find an Angel Investor
    Entrepreneurs, learn how to quickly and affordably build relationships with Chicago’s angel investors. Peter Wilkins ⇒ of Hyde Park Angels, Mark Achler of MATH Venture Partners and Shradha Agarwal ⇒ of ContextMedia will discuss...
  • Donovan Garletts has Marquette on verge of second straight state title

    Donovan Garletts has Marquette on verge of second straight state title
    It took Marquette's Donovan Garletts four years to accomplish what some coaches never do in a career: win a state title. So, here he is in Year No. 5. And Garletts, just 28, is going for consecutive state championships. Same place (Bankers Life...
  • Patriot League's executive director stepping down

    Patriot League's executive director stepping down
    Carolyn Schlie Femovich is stepping down as executive director of the Patriot League on July 31, it was announced Wednesday by Patriot League Council of Presidents Chairman Dr. Cornelius M. Kerwin, president at American University. In her 16th year,...
  • Manes: Consulting hypnotist, mental trainer aims to enlighten clients

     Manes: Consulting hypnotist, mental trainer aims to enlighten clients
    "Imagination is the preview of life's coming attractions." – Albert Einstein Randi Light is the president of Enlightened Living Inc. She is a consulting hypnotist, transformation specialist and mental trainer who specializes in pain relief,...
  • Munster, Thomas Jefferson win state science contest

    Munster, Thomas Jefferson win state science contest
    Munster High School and Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Valparaiso will once again represent Indiana at the national Science Olympiad in May after taking first place in their respective divisions on the state level on Saturday. This is the 26th year...
  • IU Northwest to host career workshop, fair job

    Indiana University Northwest's Offices of Alumni Relations and Career Services are teaming up to bring students and recent graduates a wealth of professional career advice as well as a job fair to hone their interview skills and secure an opportunity....