The IU Media School tweeted a drawing of the plans for Franklin Hall renovation following last week’s Board of Trustees meeting; According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, IU Health has had a 167% profit increase after price increases and laying off 900 employees last fall; Hoosiers Unite for Marriage has announced that at least 19 amicus briefs have been filed supporting marriage inequality in Indiana and Wisconsin; Colleges are concerned about students who drop out without completing a degree, but typically they don’t know what happens to these students after they leave campus; In Indiana, a 2.4 million dollar initiative is aimed at boosting college completion of 21st Century Scholars through one-on-one coaching; The Indiana University Marketing Office is working with IU schools on a marketing approach using more data and visuals; A traffic stop on State Road 46 in Nashville led to four arrests on drug-related charges; Bloomington has been selected to host the 2015 Travel Media Showcase, a convention of travel journalists and tourism industry representatives from North America; A homeowner near Lake Monroe got permission to build a new garage August 6th despite concerns his property violated zoning law; A private company that already manages portions of Ellettsville’s town government may soon expand its reach there; According to Clinical Assistant Professor at IU School of Nursing Greg Carter, the syphilis rate in Indianapolis was higher by May 2014 than it had been for the entire previous year.
“Secret shopper” companies can be legit — but can also be a nasty scam. Here’s the story of one local lady who has seen both kinds.
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