Accused of teaching intelligent design, a Ball State physics professor found himself on the front lines of the culture war. Was his promotion divine intervention? Or was the university righting a wrong?
Nearly six years into teaching his “Boundaries of Science” class, trouble found Eric Hedin, thanks in part to an anonymous informant whose identity and motivations remain a mystery. What happened next threatened to embarrass his employer, Ball State, which formed a special committee to investigate the class’s subject matter.Read more
He lived through the world’s longest civil war, a landmine explosion, and a deep-jungle journey across enemy territory to receive medical attention.
Kah Law has other ambitions beyond finding employment: “I still have hope to reunite with my parents and siblings,” he says. “And the second one is to do good things around me.”Read more
He lived through civil war, a landmine explosion, and a deep-jungle journey to safety. One blood transfusion, two refugee camps, and 8,000 miles later, Kaw Lah is among the thousands of asylum-seekers who fled Myanmar in search of peace—and a home—in Indianapolis.
Kaw Lah is one of thousands of refugees who have fled Myanmar in recent decades. Official statistics put the number of Burmese asylum-seekers in Indiana at around 15,000, but some estimate that as many as 20,000 have resettled here.Read more
As the Indy Eleven prepare to take the field for a season opener on April 12, a tragedy on the sidelines remains unsolved.
What Daniel Foster knows for sure is that by 2:15 a.m., his brother lay in the club’s parking lot, blood seeping from his ear.Read more
Hint: Cheap rent, low taxes, and incentives galore.
Low taxes, cheap rents, and incentives galore.Read more