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Craig Fehrman

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A Season On The Brink For Fred Glass

Are calls for the dismissal of the IU athletic director just good sense, or jumping the gun?

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The Bygone Era Of Birch Bayh

Birch Bayh was born in Terre Haute in 1928, just before the start of the Great Depression. From the beginning, his life was marked by a mix of national and local, agriculture and ambition.

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Speed Read: Romeo Langford

Freshman phenom or one-and-done?

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The Midwest Writers Workshop Scandal

Roxane Gay sent a flurry of tweets to her 421,000 followers, blasting the MWW for its “fatphobia.”

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Speed Read: Dunk History

This month’s ABA reunion—50 years!—should be a slam dunk.

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A Hoosier Reinvents Online Sports Coverage—Again

“I went into this thinking I’d have to fight off boredom, covering all those games,” Dwyer says. “It’s been the opposite. Now I just need to figure out how to make the car payment.”

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A Review Of Frank Bill’s New Novel

“Hopefully, I never run out of ways to describe someone getting shot,” he says.

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New History Book Explores “The Midwest’s Moment”

There’s more than small-town snoops, redneck farmers, and zealous theocrats in Indiana.

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Six Best Tidbits From New Book About The Jacksons

Read it!

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Archie Miller’s Greatest Challenge

“Whether you do or do not talk to New Albany coach Jim Shannon, that’s not changing your chances of getting Romeo Langford,” one recruiting analyst says.

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A Hoosier Writes The Definitive Account Of The 2016 Election

“I thought it was going to be Hillary Clinton versus Jeb Bush,” the author says. “It looked like it was going to be a boring election.”

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The NCAA's Selective Support Of LGBT Rights

“It’s tough to connect the NCAA’s actions in Indiana, Houston, and North Carolina except with a simple, cynical equation: More outrage equaled more action.”

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Book Review: The Evening Road

“It provides an ahistorical glimpse of what history felt like, captured in a way only fiction can.”

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Roxane Gay on Difficult Women

“I don’t love living in Lafayette, but I do love teaching and working with my students. And Indianapolis is actually one of my favorite cities.”

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Mike Pence Packs His Baggage

Pence’s RFRA push backfired, it seems, costing him in the battle of ideas. And that may be his true legacy in the Hoosier State.

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