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Sen. Todd Young addresses national drug epidemic at press conference in media center

Sen. Todd Young addresses national drug epidemic at press conference in media center

Da-Hyun Hong

May 10, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, Top Story

Today, May 10, 2019, Sen. Todd Young held a press conference in the media center to address the national epidemic of drug abuse among underaged students. According to Young, between 2017 and 2018, e-cigarette use went up 48 percent for middle school students and 78 percent among high school students. ...

‘You have to practice achieving through other people’s low expectations of you’ and other things Michelle Obama said in Indianapolis

‘You have to practice achieving through other people’s low expectations of you’ and other things Michelle Obama said in Indianapolis

Jessica Mo

February 14, 2018


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, Top Story, Uncategorized

Former First Lady Michelle Obama spoke with moderator Alecia DeCoudreaux in the Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Feb. 13. After being greeted by a screaming audience and a standing ovation, Obama discussed her upbringing, her time in the White House and what advice she would give to the 12,000-strong audi...

A (Peaceful) Fight for Peaceful Change: Students, leaders reflect on the utilization of peaceful protests

A (Peaceful) Fight for Peaceful Change: Students, leaders reflect on  the utilization of peaceful protests

Lin-Lin Mo, Feature Reporter

March 16, 2017


Filed under FEATURE

Taking a leap of faith filled with democratic passion and a tinge of nervousness, Emily Pattyn, first time protest participant and senior, marched with hundreds of like-minded individuals from the Indiana State House to Monument Circle and back again on Nov. 12. Pattyn said she texted her mother ask...

NO LONGER THIRD-WHEELING

NO LONGER THIRD-WHEELING

Adam Gostomelsky, Sports editor

October 13, 2016


Filed under Cover Story, Print, Top Story

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the nominees for the Republican and Democratic party, respectively. While they did win enough votes in the primary election season, both candidates have as many detractors as they do supporters. According to a Roper Center poll, Clinton and Trump average “strong un...

Stopping the Stereotypes

Stopping the Stereotypes

News

August 16, 2016


Filed under Cover Story, Print

When Omar Hindi, Muslim Student Alliance member and senior, and his family went out to the Original Pancake House for lunch a couple of weeks after school had ended last year, nothing distinguished them from other seemingly “American” customers around them. Nothing, that is, except for the hijab...

Dear Mr. Trump. A letter from a concerned citizen to the man who claims he will protect our future.

Dear Mr. Trump. A letter from a concerned citizen to the man who claims he will protect our future.

perspectives

January 21, 2016


Filed under Print Columnists, Recent Updates

Dear Donald Trump, I have watched your campaign over the past few months with great interest, and because of that, I am prompted to write this letter to you now. From listening to your speeches, it seems we have a bit of a misunderstanding, and I just want to get some clarification on a few points...