GOLDSTEIN: Musician Dave McLaughlin believes in giving back
oronto saxophonist Dave McLaughlin is always helping others.
It was instilled in him as a child by his father and grandmother while growing up in Montego Bay, Jamaica, before he emigrated to Canada in 1991.
Jobs Will Save the Humanities
Last year, when I decided to survey college graduates who had majored in English, I was looking for help in guiding my own students on life and work after college.
How your liberal arts degree is preparing you to become an innovator
A recent NPR report asked listeners to solve a riddle: Jane and Maggie are sisters and were born minutes apart from each other to the same mother, but they are not twins. How is this possible?
The answer: because they’re triplets.
EH’s Dave Pfaff to retire: ‘Amazing teacher and principal’
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Eastern Hancock has begun a search for a new high school principal.
Ames promoted to Sergeant
Putnamville, IN - Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas G. Carter has announced the promotion of Master Trooper Matthew Ames to the rank of Sergeant.
Ames will serve as the Putnamville District Public Information Officer.
Retracing the dangerous road to common ground: 'Green Book' movie tells story of unlikely travel duo navigating segregated America, with ISU alum in key role
The introduction of the 1956 edition of the “Green Book” explained the publication’s necessity with subtle wording.
It aimed to give the African-American traveler “information that will keep him from running into difficulties, embarrassments and to make his trips more enjoyable.”
'Justice for Glenn Rightsell' rallies push, but ISP has no plans to add dash cams
INDEN, Ind. – Jake Gaddis didn’t know Glenn Rightsell.
Report: Colleges must teach liberal arts grads to merge hard and soft skills
Year in Review: Shonna Majors appointed director of community violence reduction
Indianapolis doesn’t get a bad reputation nationally since it’s smaller than other cities such as Baltimore and Chicago, but crime and violence have been on the forefront of issues facing the community for years.
Mays' day: Senior guard Timothy Mays scores 21 points as Lighthouse ‘hustles’ past West Side
Lighthouse coach Nick Moore pointed out his team’s success comes down to one word.
“Hustle,” he said.
Moore offered the same answer Friday night when asked about what led to senior guard Timothy Mays scoring a team-high 21 points against West Side.