Peyton Manning

Money Ball: How Some NFL Players Might Make a Quick Buck

Some NFL players could be going back to school—at Indiana University—instead of packing for vacation.

How Christel House Is Keeping Its Founder’s Vision Alive

Christel DeHaan built her schools like businesses so they could thrive as nonprofits, helping them survive an inevitable hardship: her recent death.

Higher Education—M through P

Manchester University, 604 E. College Ave., North Manchester, 260-852-5000, manchester.edu. Enrollment: 1,350. Annual tuition: $28,000. Room and board: $9,400. Degrees offered: certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral.

Higher Education—U through Z

University of Evansville 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, 800-423-8633, evansville.edu. Enrollment: 2,643. Annual tuition: $30,596. Room and board: $10,460. Degrees offered: associate, bachelor’s, master’s.

Higher Education—I through L

Indiana State University, 200 N. Seventh St., Terre Haute, 800-468-6478, indstate.edu. Enrollment: 13,183. Annual tuition: $8,216 (in-state), $18,146 (out-of-state). Room and board: $8,746 and up. Degrees offered: certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral.
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How The City’s Homeless Are Coping With COVID-19

Just as COVID-19 has changed almost every aspect of daily life, it has also reshaped homelessness in Indianapolis.
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Summer Daily

Daily first worked for Indianapolis Monthly as a design intern in 2013 before joining the magazine full-time in January 2016. She now edits its...

Man on the Moon: Remembering Neil Armstrong

Neil Armstrong is a boyhood hero of mine. He is one of my heroes not because he was the first man to walk on the moon, although that has something to do with it. He is my hero because he came from my hometown of St. Marys, Ohio.

Public Schools—Morgan County

Eminence CSC, 6764 N. State Rd. 42, Eminence, 765-528-2101. Enrollment: 402. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 59.1.
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Hot-Button Issues: Cop Out

Councillor John Barth proposed a bipartisan study to help determine how many officers Indy really requires, so the Council can work on a long-term plan. “We need to take politics out of policing,” he says.