The Weirdest Result of Hoosier Woman's Anthony Weiner Scandal

The fallout from one Indiana resident's newly publicized relationship with the beleaguered politico has reached a bizarre level.

Editor's Note: June 2014

There’s a worry when profiling someone as universally beloved as John Green that the story will become a hagiography. The brains behind the bestselling novel The Fault in Our Stars couldn’t be as good-hearted and scandal-free as he seems, right?
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Worlds Collide: Science and Religion at Ball State

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.
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Ruckus is a Make or Break Moment for the Handcrafted Movement

With Ruckus at the Circle City Industrial Complex, we're about to find out how robust the maker community really is.
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Phil Gulley: Building Frustration

"As I write this, Governor Mike Pence has joined himself to Donald Trump’s hip, thereby sanctioning thuggery, deceit, sexism, xenophobia, bigotry, greed, and ignorance."

Public Schools—Marion County

Beech Grove City Schools, 5334 Hornet Ave., Beech Grove, 317-788-4481. Enrollment: 2,878. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 75.1.

Brian Bosma’s Last Hurrah

Bosma, the longest-serving House Speaker in Indiana history, steps down from that role when the legislative session draws to a close this month.
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INcoming: Mike Pence

To understand the chasm currently separating Indiana’s political parties, all you need to do is picture their election-night celebrations. On November 6, the Democrats chose a sedate ballroom at the Downtown Marriott. The Republicans, who were marching toward supermajorities in the House and the Senate, chose the end zone at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Going Viral: A Conversation On COVID-19 With Dr. Aaron Carroll

IU’s Dr. Aaron Carroll, one of the nation’s leading voices on COVID-19, explains what the rest of 2020 might look like.
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Hoosier Bright Spots

As bad as 2021 was, a few Hoosiers renewed Phil Gulley's faith in humanity.