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Jobs returning to rural Indiana, but workers still leaving
A new report from the Rural Urban Entrepreneurship Institute projects jobs in rural Indiana will return to pre-recesion levels by the end of 2015 but there may not be enough skilled workers to fill them.
Indiana State’s international student enrollment edges higher
Enrollment jumped to nearly 1,100 international students in 2014, an 18.5 percent increase from last fall when 926 international students were enrolled.
NPR comes to ISU: Music format moves to new frequency
WISU, Indiana State University's campus radio station for the past 50 years, has begun carrying news and informationprograming while the station's former music programing has switched to WZIS, 90.7 FM.
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