Scooteropolis

December 28, 2018 1

by Thomas P. Healy Like many cities across the nation, Indianapolis was the target of a new type of urban litter in 2018 when rentable, dockless, battery-powered scooters appeared on downtown and Midtown streets and […more…]

Nickel Plate Saga Touches Midtown

November 9, 2018 1

by Thomas P. Healy Attorneys representing the City of Indianapolis have filed paperwork with the U.S. Surface Transportation Board (STB) seeking permission to assume financial responsibility for the section of the former Nickel Plate rail […more…]

Ivy Tech Aligns Skills Training With Tech Jobs

October 22, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy Fostering a dependable pipeline of talented, educated, and motivated workers able to participate in the 21st-century economy is the number-one challenge facing politicians, educators, and business leaders. Ivy Tech’s flagship campus […more…]

Peace Lab Debuts at Butler

October 19, 2018 0

by Dan Carpenter There was no lacking for enthusiasm, ambition, credentials, or programs when the Desmond Tutu Peace Lab was formally unveiled Sept. 17 at Butler University. Compared with the debut of the project’s predecessor, […more…]

Embracing a Treasure: White River

July 10, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy The White River watershed is Central Indiana’s defining geographic feature. Since the founding of Indianapolis, the river has gracefully served as a source of drinking water, recreation, wildlife habitat, and greenspace. […more…]

Mapleton-Fall Creek’s Urban Anthropology

July 2, 2018 0

by Marion Simon Garmel For the second time since 2015, students of Dr. Susan Hyatt, chair of the anthropology department in the School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, have collaborated with the Mapleton-Fall Creek Development […more…]

Midtown’s Culture of Reading

May 16, 2018 0

by Chris Bavender I can’t remember a time I wasn’t reading as a child. In fact, you could say I was practically born reading. I received my first books from Dad at Christmas when I […more…]

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