Mark Bennett: League of Women Voters president has passion for democracy Vote-by-mail option, racial justice two goals for chapter, says Carly Schmitt
As a kid growing up in central Illinois, Carly Schmitt listened to her great-grandfather’s dinner-table
ISU offers free online course to incoming freshmen Students choose between COVID-19 or climate change and get 1-hour credit
Indiana State University is using a new tool to enroll first-time freshmen for fall term — a free, online course.
10 Years an Attorney - Marylyn Ernsberger
ANGOLA — A lifelong area resident, Marylyn Ernsberger of Ernsberger and Helmer, Attorneys at Law, knew from a young age she wanted to become an attorney.
The year 2019 marked 10 years in practice, working in counties all over northeast Indiana.
Rose-Hulman Names Interim Director
Camille Wallace has been named interim director of diversity and inclusion at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. She has been a member of the institute staff since 2013.
Holcomb appoints 3 to Marion County bench
Two practicing attorneys and one Marion County magistrate have been named as Marion Superior Court judges, the first time the county’s judges have been appointed pursuant to merit-based selection.
30 People With 'Soft' College Majors Who Became Extremely Successful
Carolyn Cutrone and Max Nisen
Dec. 18, 2012, 2:55 PM
Recently, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen said that he believed in the value of college, but mostly for math-based majors like engineering, rather than "softer stuff," like English.