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  • GLASA athletes eager to learn from Paralympians

    GLASA athletes eager to learn from Paralympians
    Stretching across the top of the organization's letterhead, in capital letters, is the program motto: Let no one sit on the sidelines. For the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association in Lake Forest, those aren't just seven words to live by. They're...
  • Wilson Beckman, Joseph Gardner put Munster in sweet spot

    INDIANAPOLIS — Munster coach Matt Pavlovich wished he had a swimmer in each event of the IHSAA state finals. But Pavlovich had no complaints with the ones he did have competing during Friday's preliminaries at the IU Natatorium on the campus of...
  • House advances tax help on Indianapolis soccer stadium

    A proposal from the Indy Eleven soccer team for help in building a proposed $82 million stadium in downtown Indianapolis has been endorsed by the Indiana House. The House voted 73-21 on Wednesday to advance the plan allowing up to $5 million a year in...
  • Treacherous travel conditions in snowy southern Indiana

    Two counties declared states of emergency Monday to keep motorists off slick roads after a winter storm dumped several inches of snow across parts of southern Indiana. The treacherous travel conditions prompted officials to close at least five college...
  • Plan advances for tax help on Indianapolis soccer team

    A proposal from the Indy Eleven soccer team for help in building a proposed $82 million stadium in downtown Indianapolis has cleared a legislative committee. The House Ways and Means Committee voted Monday to advance the plan that would allow up to $5...
  • Law schools cut costs, rethink approach as enrollment falls

    Indiana law schools are taking steps to bring in new students and adjust their educational approach as enrollment continues to wane. The number of first-year students at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law has fallen 10 percent this year after...
  • Chesterton's Aaron Whitaker sets records at Michigan

    Fifth-ranked Michigan tuned up for the impending Big Ten men's swimming championships by setting six pool records at East Lansing to dunk Michigan State for the 34th consecutive year. Freshman Aaron Whitaker (Chesterton) led off record-setting teams in...
  • Lake Central's Josh Barajas learns to ride waves in pool

    The success of Josh Barajas may make it seem as if he were born in the pool, but there was a time when the Lake Central senior didn't know if the sport was for him. In fact, Barajas didn't enjoy swimming when he first started doing so competitively at...
  • Hobart graduate Matt Brown heating up for Manchester

    Balance is the operative word for Manchester, but it starts and finishes with Hobart's Matt Brown. Hotter than high noon in Death Valley, the junior forward recently hit double figures for the eighth straight game with 29 points against Earlham. It was...
  • Race-based remedies still needed while 'ism' exists

    Race-based remedies still needed while 'ism' exists
    Every once in a while someone engages me making the argument that affirmative action is a form of reverse discrimination and that everyone should be treated fairly. Affirmative-action policies, ideology, etc., that person says, should be colorblind....
  • Sports TV and radio: Tuesday's 12/23 log (updated Sunday AM)

    11 a.m.    Football: Nov. 2004: Woodside vs. Phoebus.--LSC 48 2 p.m.    Basketball: March 1992: Kecoughtan boys vs. Highland Springs.-- LSC 48 2:30 p.m.    Basketball: Diamond Head Classic consolation (Ohio-George Washington loser vs. Colorado-DePaul...