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Ball State University researches how Internet affects higher education

by IPR News

September 17, 2010

Ball State University is taking an official look at how the Internet is changing higher education.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Sharon Alseth reports. Alseth — BSU Online Taskforce For more stories from Indiana Public Broadcasting, please visit their news blog. More »

Governor appoints Steven David to state Supreme Court

by IPR News

September 17, 2010

Governor Mitch Daniels has announced Indiana’s next state Supreme Court Judge.  Audio: Steven David Appointed Information about Steven David from the Boone County Circuit Court’s website can be found here. For more stories from Indiana Public Broadcasting, please visit their news blog. More »

Secretary of State: Libertarians

by IPR News

September 16, 2010

For Libertarian Hoosiers, the Secretary of State’s race is about more than getting their candidate to the Statehouse.  It’s about guaranteeing Libertarian candidates across the state a place on the ballot for the next four years.  IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann reports. Wiechmann — Libertarians More »

Secretary of State: Interview with Charlie White

by IPR News

September 15, 2010

This week, Indiana Public Radio and Indiana Public Broadcasting is bringing you information about the Secretary of State’s office and its candidates.  Today, IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann talks with Republican candidate Charlie White.  He is an attorney and is serving his third term on the Fishers Town Council. Wiechmann — White Interview Tomorrow, we’ll learn why... More »

BorgWarner employees reunite at documentary screening

by IPR News

September 15, 2010

Past employees of BorgWarner met in Muncie last night to see their former workplace on the movie screen as a symbol of the city’s deindustrialization.  IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann reports. Wiechmann — BorgWarner Documentary View a trailer for the film here. More »

Daniels appears with group who want property taxes in state constitution

by IPR News

September 15, 2010

Governor Mitch Daniels made an appearance today with a group of Hoosiers who want property tax caps to be included in the state’s constitution.  Meeting at a homeowner’s house on the south side of Indianapolis, Daniels showed support for the measure, which will be on the November election ballot.  The addition to the state constitution... More »

Secretary of State: Interview with Democrat Vop Osili

by IPR News

September 14, 2010

In this midterm election, the race for Indiana’s Secretary of State is an important one.  Current officeholder Todd Rokita has hit his term limit, so there is no incumbent for the statewide seat.  This week, Indiana Public Radio and Indiana Public Broadcasting is bringing you information about the Secretary of State’s office and its candidates. ... More »

Karl Rove speaks at Ball State University

by IPR News

September 14, 2010

A varied audience of Ball State University students and Muncie residents gathered last night to hear Karl Rove’s address at Emens Auditorium.  The former senior advisor and chief of staff to President George W. Bush had much to say on politics and the upcoming election.  IPR’s Audrey Brown reports. Brown — Karl Rove Speech Audrey... More »

Secretary of State: What does the office do?

by IPR News

September 13, 2010

This week, Indiana Public Radio and Indiana Public Broadcasting will be discussing the Secretary of State’s race, ahead of the November 2nd election. The Indiana Secretary of State is the third highest elected office in the state.  For the first time in eight years it’s an open race on the November ballot.  It’s also the... More »

Indiana University student dies in Ball State dorm

by IPR News

September 13, 2010

Ball State University officials say the school’s police department is continuing to investigate how and why a visiting student died in Ball State’s dormitories early Saturday morning.  IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann reports. Wiechmann — IU Student Death Investigation More »

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