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?
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.
In the wake of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s visit to Butler University and CTS, the latter expresses institutional displeasure with the soon-to-be-reintroduced measure. More than 300 “faith leaders” statewide also wrote an open letter expressing their distaste for it.