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Indiana University-Bloomington Receives Findings on School Diversity

This morning, a representative from the research and analytics firm, Halualani and Associates, presented the findings of a study into IU’s diversity efforts. Rona Halualani spoke to a group at the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center in Bloomington. According to the university, the report will serve as “a baseline measurement for Indiana University in diversity achievement and progress which will provide …

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Activate! – Trashion Refashion: Kelly Wherley and Deb Christiansen

From the Activate! Archives: Kelly Wherley and Deb Christiansen on Trashion ReFashion and their experience with this great event. Also, more volunteer opportunities from the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network. Activate! is produced by Jennifer Brooks with help from Christine Brackenhoff, along with the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network. Link to Original Story. Podcast: Play in new window | Download …

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Daily Local News – February 29, 2016

A prominent local activist, environmental advocate, and WFHB volunteer, Lucille Bertuccio, passed away on Saturday; A committee in the Indiana legislature has passed two bills aimed at preventing methamphetamine production to full House of Representatives; The largest service event in the world is coming to Monroe County this spring; At a town hall meeting in Bedford last week, Indiana Attorney …

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Committee Pushes for Measures To Restrict Methamphetamine Production Through Pharmaceutical Restrictions

A committee in the Indiana legislature has sent two bills aimed at preventing methamphetamine production to the full House of Representatives for a vote. With Senate Bill 80 pharmacists will be able to establish some customers as “patients on record,” meaning a patient who has a relationship with the pharmacy. New customers would have to have a prescription if they …

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Arts Interchange – Carmen As Other

Courtney Bray as Carmen at Musical Arts Center (Indiana University)

This program focuses on Georges Bizet’s 1875 opera Carmen, which is being produced by the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Opera & Ballet Theater. Bizet’s Carmen, our guests tell us, is one of the top 3 most performed operas in the world today after a rather rocky start in its day. Carmen, the fiery gypsy cigarette girl, gets any …

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Interview with Courtney Bray and Marianthi Hatzis of IU Opera’s Carmen

Some have called Carmen the “gateway” opera. Many of the songs in the work have been used in commercials and have been adapted to other musical purposes. A production of Carmen opens tomorrow at the IU Opera Theater. WFHB’s Doug Storm spoke with two members of the cast, Courtney Bray and Marianthi Hatzis, who perform their roles on February 26th …

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Indiana House of Representatives Approves Resolution that Encourages Civility in Public Life

The Indiana House of Representatives has approved House Resolution 17, a measure that honors and encourages civility in public life. The resolution was passed by unanimous vote, just as a similar bill—Resolution 6— previously passed in the Indiana Senate. The resolution states “All citizens must be better so we can all live in a civil manner and in a civilized …

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City Council Approves Funding to Provide Training for City Employees

The Bloomington City Council approved funding last night in support of Mayor John Hamilton’s effort to provide training for City employees. City Controller Jeff Underwood, said the city held off on some training in response to the downturn in the economy. “It was a priority for the mayor coming into office was to increase the amount of funds available for …

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Voices in the Street – Defining Socialism: What do you think of when you hear the word?

Socialism, or being branded a socialist, carries with it a lot of connotations. Some folks feel we should incorporate more socialist policies, while others feel it undermines the American way. So, Bloomington, what does socialism mean to you? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:52 — 2.2MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Indiana Teachers have Serious Concern Over Teacher-Pay Bargaining Bill

Indiana teachers are expressing serious concern about House Bill ten-oh-four, which is expected to get a final vote in the State Senate on Monday. The Bill was created to allow teacher-pay bargaining, specifically for teaching positions that are difficult to fill. The Indiana State Teacher’s Association says the measure could cause division among teachers. Teresa Meredith, the president of the …

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