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Daily Local News – April 19, 2017

A Bloomington-based biotech company, AB Biotechnologies, took another step toward expanding its business last nigh; Many Indiana University employees will be losing out on overtime eligibility that they had received last year as a result of a measure put into place by former president Barack Obama; Indiana employers are in need of middle-skill workers, according to a report from the …

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Bring It On! – April 17, 2017

Co-Anchors Amrita Myers and Cornelius Wright invite William Palomo and Esmeralda Martinez to speak about the IU UndocuHoosiers Alliance, and their hopes to treat IU as a campus sanctuary for undocumented immigrant students and various immigration policies. Also, Liz Mitchell joins the Bring It On! cast to speak about a unique and special church restoration project in the French Lick. …

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Activate! – Shay Upadhyay: Monroe County Youth Council

Shay Upadhyay has been volunteering at WonderLab Museum since she was in the 7th grade, and has been a dedicated volunteer ever since. In her four years at WonderLab, Shay has donated over 600 hours of her time and talent, working in development, membership, and the volunteer department, the birthday program, outreach events, summer enrichment camps, and more! In recent …

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Standing Room Only: Linking Arms for Social Justice

On March 30th, the Bloomington Commission for the Status of Women hosted a panel discussion entitled “Linking Arms for Social Justice,” which took place at City Hall. The panel focused on issues of intersectionality and how gender intersects with other identities. The panelists included Sheila Kennedy, who spoke on misogyny; Francis Trix, who spoke on immigration, race, and religion; Christie …

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Bring It On! – April 10, 2017

Bring It On co-anchors William Hosea and Jim Sims welcome Indiana State Senator and attorney Greg Taylor (representing District 33) to discuss the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus, an organization that strives to improve educational efforts in order to close the achievement gap that threatens to shut of opportunity to minority students at all grade levels. In addition, we also interview …

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Activate! Teacher’s Warehouse: Janet Schell

This week’s Activate! features Janet Schell, a volunteer with the Teacher’s Warehouse. The Teacher’s Warehouse accepts donated school supplies and books that teachers can then “shop” in order to stock their classrooms for their students. If the Teachers Warehouse is open for business, Janet is there with a smiling face to assist customers. When the Warehouse is closed, Janet is …

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Daily Local News – March 22, 2017

The city of Bloomington has discovered contaminants on land that is slated for an affordable housing development. The Bloomington Animal Shelter will be getting a million dollar facelift this year. The owners of Hopscotch Coffee have reportedly purchased Rainbow Bakery and plan to open a new location On Madison Street. Full time enrollment has reached an all-time high at IU …

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Behind the Bagpipes

Many Indiana University students and staff have taken note of a character often referred to simply as the Bagpipe Guy. But few know why he stands, day after day, playing his bagpipes in Dunn Meadow. So reporter Victoria Ziege tracked him down to find out. In the process, she found there was a great deal more to the strange man playing the bagpipes on IU’s campus. …

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IU at Enrollment Capacity

Full time enrollment has reached an all-time high at IU Bloomington. With the large numbers of students coming in, dorms are at capacity and sometimes overflowing. Jade Shoppell reports on the University’s enrollment issue.

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Bring It On – March 20th, 2017

Bring It On’s William Hosea and Dr. Amrita Myers speak with Dr. Kali Gross, Professor of African American Studies at Wesleyan University about Violent Intersections: Women of Color in the Age of Trump, a large community/campus event on violence against women of color [scheduled for tomorrow, March 21, from 6-8pm in the IMU Whittenberger Auditorium on IU Bloomington’s campus]. In …

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