Bloomingfoods announced today its management has reached a tentative contract agreement with the union representing its hourly staff. Ball State meteorology professor David Call says Indiana’s wet weather is likely to continue through the rest of the month. The Ellettsville Town Council showed favor for a two percent wage increase for town employees last week. The non-profit organization Stop Animal Exploitation Now has file an official complaint against Harlan Laboratories in Indianapolis for maltreatment and negligence of animals.
Beginning tomorrow morning, Indiana University will host a four-day conference exploring the geography, politics and ethics of drone war. Last Tuesday I spoke about the event with IU Assistant Professor of Geography Majed Akhter and Center for Research on Mediated Interaction Director Hamid Ekbia. The conversation first aired on WFHB’s Interchange, which airs each Tuesday at 6 p.m. In this clip from that interview, Ekbia begins by discussing the difference between targeted killings and what are known as signature strikes.
Kristina Zerfas, president of the IU Bloomington chapter of Habitat for Humanity, talks about the impact that Habitat for Humanity has had on her life in the past 6 years as she moved to high school volunteer to a leadership position at IU. Also, City of Bloomington Volunteer Network offers three ways that you can get involved as a volunteer with Habitat!
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