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  • Gay mentor, belief in dignity at roots of Kennedy's views

    The Irish Catholic boy who came of age in Sacramento after World War II is an unlikely candidate to be the author of the Supreme Court's major gay rights rulings. But those who have known Justice Anthony Kennedy for decades and scholars who have...
  • Tyler appointed to dean position at McDaniel College

    J. Michael Tyler has been named dean of graduate and professional studies at McDaniel College. Tyler, who has more than 15 years of higher education experience, has held senior-level positions at Gulf Cost University, Wayne State University, the...
  • Former Purdue University first lady buried on campus

    The ashes of former Purdue University first lady Jane Beering have been interred at the top of Slayter Hill on the school's main campus. University staff, former trustees and other retirees, including former President Martin Jischke, paid their...
  • Purdue starting construction on materials research facility

    Purdue University is starting construction on a new research facility aimed at developing energy-efficient materials. State and local officials joined university leaders in a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the Indiana Manufacturing Institute at...
  • Vets attend job fair, learn about career options

     Vets attend job fair, learn about career options
    When Willie Jones served in the military, she gained technical skills in finance that later enabled her to get a job with the Federal Reserve Bank, and then in the private sector with the Bank of America. But Jones, of Gary, no longer works in finance...
  • At McDaniel, a new dean for graduate studies named

    At McDaniel,  a new dean for graduate studies named
    Monday was the first day at the office for a new dean of graduate and professional studies at McDaniel College. The Westminster college announced in a news release that J. Michael Tyler, a licensed psychologist with more than 15 years of higher...
  • Disabled students earn flight certificates at Purdue

    A program at Purdue University will have helped 27 physically disabled people earn their pilot certificates by the end of the summer, and the North Carolina-based nonprofit behind the program has hopes of expanding. Four disabled students are in the...
  • Purdue planning new Indianapolis charter school

    Purdue University plans to open a new charter school in Indianapolis focused on science, technology, engineering and math. University President Mitch Daniels outlined plans for Purdue Polytechnic Indianapolis High School on Thursday and announced that...
  • IUPUI executive vice chancellor named next chancellor

    The executive vice chancellor and chief academic officer at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has been selected to succeed Charles Bantz as the school's next chancellor. Indiana University President Michael McRobbie announced Thursday...
  • New Lenox teen takes part in international competition

    New Lenox teen takes part in international competition
    Raymundo Muro-Barrios has always had a mind for building things. As a little kid, he constantly built things, only to take them apart. Finally, he realized he was pretty good at it. That explains why he spent the last three of his four years at Lincoln-...
  • Website helps charities raise cash

    Website helps charities raise cash
    As a college student, Kevin Casimer noticed many of his fellow students were passionate about a variety of charities and causes, but lacked money to fully support them. The Portage resident set out to find a way to help not-for-profits cash in on that...