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Bloomington Students Against Assault Weapons Host ‘Town Hall For Our Lives’

Members of Bloomington Students Against Assault Weapons are pressing for answers, in a quest for solutions to gun violence. The group led a town hall on Saturday, April 7, to which they extended invitations to state and congressional representatives and candidates. “We know this issue runs deeper and wider than just guns,” Bloomington High School North student Sarah Hannon said, …

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Bring It On! – April 2, 2018

Several students from Bloomington High School North attended the nation-wide March For Our Lives rally in Washington D.C. Hosts Clarence Boone and William Hosea are joined by Caleb Poer, Ruth Nall, and Justin DeMatas. CREDITS Our show’s producer is Clarence Boone, with help from WFHB News Department Director Wes Martin. Our board engineer was Wes Martin. Our original theme music …

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Voices in the Street: Gun Reform

With school walkouts and students rallying in Washington D.C., Voices asks your neighbors how they feel about the current push towards gun reform. Voices in the Street is produced by Anthony Gomez at the studios of WFHB in Bloomington, Indiana.

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Number of Homeless Students in Monroe County Increasing

The Monroe County Community School Corporation has seen an increase in students experiencing homelessness. At a meeting November 19th of the Corporation’s Board of Trustees, Student Services Director Becky Rose said there are more than four hundred homeless students this year. That’s up from three hundred and two last year, and three hundred and eighteen the year before. Rose went …

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IU Anthropologists Will Try Raising Funds Online For Research Project

Four anthropology students from Indiana University are taking their funding request to the public. Crowd-funding websites like Kickstarter are becoming more and more popular as a way to fund all kinds of projects, big and small. This group, studying in the lab of evolutionary anthropologist Michael Muehlenbein hopes to continue their study of how tourists and primates interact in South …

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