Starting now, Hoosiers will mark two centuries of Indiana history with a yearlong party. But what, exactly, are we commemorating?
Indiana is going all out to salute the big 2-0-0. Want to get in the Hoosier State spirit? We have a few ideas.
State climatologist Dev Niyogi anticipates we’ll become adept at customizing our climate, from urban design and cloud seeding to new technologies. So put on your thinking caps, kids.
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The male and female All-Indiana Basketball lineups could hold their own against any state. Who’d we leave out?
Doritos, Mikesell’s, Orville Redenbacher’s, Papa John’s, and of course pork tenderloin all make an appearance on the Hoosier Food Pyramid.
Is it just us, or do all roads lead to Indiana’s—and the world’s—most famous racetrack? From Hawaii to Nazareth, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway leaves its tracks.
Ripple Effects: Cummins goes global—and brings the world to Indiana.
A young New Yorker’s decision to invest in Indianapolis real estate hits nothing. Follow the ripple effects of Mel Simon’s military move to Fort Benjamin Harrison.
Civic vision, opportunism, and lots of volunteerism take Indy’s sports rep from sorry to super.
With hammers and nails, an immigrant family builds a dynasty. From Vonnegut Hardwares stems an award-winning bike trail, a Ben Affleck flick, and one of 20th century’s most important writers.
Ripple Effects: One Purdue University grad’s apprenticeship under the first-ever aviators sets the course for an out-of-this-world legacy.
On the strength of groundbreaking faculty and famous alumni, Herman B Wells makes Indiana University into an academic powerhouse. The ripple effects follow from a Champaign-to-Bloomington transfer.