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IU Students Form ‘March Madness’ Volunteer Group to Spread Information on Obamacare

The Indiana University and Ivy Tech students of the Affordable Care Act Volunteers of Monroe County are starting a new campus organization. The group is launching a March healthcare campaign called “Madness” that will help students learn more about health insurance and the Affordable Care Act. David Meyer, president of the ACA Volunteers of Monroe County, says this campaign will …

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Bring It On! – February 10, 2014

Bev Smith and William Hosea welcome guest Dr. John McCluskey, professor emeritus of Indiana University. PART ONE In the post-Civil War South, three men are tied to each other by history and faith, but are also bound by secrets. A badly wounded Jewish Confederate soldier returns home at war’s end to find that his family has fled to the countryside. …

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Daily Local News – December 13, 2013

The state of Indiana has temporarily extended its Healthy Indiana Plan; The Monroe County Public Library is considering raises for some of its managers; New research from Indiana University has found that science journal citations reveal an industry bias against women; FEATURES Bloomington’s Baha’i Community This fall, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of Iran, issued another fatwa, or religious …

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Interchange – Sara Pryor: Global Warming Is Unequivocal – Now What Can We Do About It?

This week on Interchange host Doug Storm speaks with Sara Pryor, Provost Professor of Atmospheric Science in the Department of Geological Sciences at Indiana University and editor of two books on Climate Change the most recent being Climate Change in the Midwest: Impacts, Risks, Vulnerability and Adaptation. This is a return visit to Interchange for Sara having joined host Colin …

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Daily Local News – November 5, 2013

The Strike Mic; Local volunteers will again help people understand and navigate the enrollment process for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act; After eighteen months of construction, the northwest Bloomington YMCA will have an open tour this Sunday afternoon; Anyone interested in helping track winter eagle activity at Monroe Lake will have the opportunity to attend Citizen Scientist training …

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Daily Local News – November 4, 2013

Union and management at the local General Electric plant have reached an agreement around the personnel layoffs that the company announced in September; The City of Bloomington Housing and Neighborhood Development Department will host a workshop next Thursday, November 14th; The Richland Bean Blossom School Board didn’t get enough votes October 21st to approve a teacher handbook that was supported …

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Daily Local News – October 15, 2013

The Strike Mic: a musical and informational event will address the recent layoffs of Indiana University staff;Despite it being closed and empty, a demonstration took place yesterday outside of Representative Todd Young’s Bloomington office, to protest his role in the federal shutdown; This Thursday Bloomington will host the Third Annual South Central Indiana VA Stand Down. FEATURE Monroe County Affordable …

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Daily Local News – October 11, 2013

Cable Access Television Services producers at the Monroe County Public Library won four awards at the Philo Festival of Media Arts last Saturday; On October 3rd the Ellettsville Plan Commission debated several major amendments to the town’s zoning laws; Researchers at Indiana University’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and the Maurer School of Law, have been awarded a four …

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bloomingOUT – October 3, 2013

IU LGBT Alumni Association President Mike Shumate provides information about their fund raising campaign to support LGBT specific scholarships.  A new edition of “Out on the Street” with Nick Tumino seeks public opinion in response to fundraising efforts for LGBTQA student scholarships.  At large Representative on the Bloomington Common Council Susan Sandberg stops by to chat about the new council …

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IU Physicists Win $5.4 Million Grant To Study Subatomic Particles

An Indiana University team of physicists has won a three year, $5.4 million National Science Foundation award to continue its study of the inner workings of the atom’s nucleus. The members of the team, several dozen strong, are affiliated with IU’s Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter. IU physicists have already helped researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory study how …

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