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Interchange – Terror Skies: The Drone as Judge and Jury


In Part One, we’re joined by Majed Akhter, an Assistant Professor of Geography at Indiana University Bloomington whose current research examines how state power shapes, and is in turn shaped by, mobile objects such as drones and rivers. His writing focuses especially on Pakistan and the United States. And in Part Two we’ll joined by Stephen John and Greta Wohlrabe …

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Local News, Quick Reads – August 5, 2014

Bloomington May Amend Chain Business Rules  By Joe Crawford Some companies may soon be exempt from Bloomington’s new regulations on chain businesses downtown. Last night the city Plan Commission passed an amendment that would exclude upper story corporate offices from the ordinance. The City Council must also approve that amendment for it to take effect. The new regulations officially took effect …

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Gov. Pence names five women to serve on Indiana Commission for Women

Five women were named by Governor Mike Pence yesterday, to serve on the Indiana Commission for Women. Marta Pincheira of Franklin, Stephanie Moore of Newburgh, Kelly Perri of South Bend, Kayevonne Dailey of Fort Wayne, and the reappointed Patzetta Trice of Indianapolis will serve on the commission, effective immediately, until the summer of 2017. Established in 1996, The Indiana Commission …

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