Seeking Clarity About Welfare Stereotypes

June 27, 2020 0

by Tom Mould When Americans talk about people receiving public assistance – food stamps, disability, unemployment payments and other government help – they often have stereotypes and inaccurate perceptions of who those people are and […more…]

Midtown COVID-19 Update – March 2020

March 14, 2020 0

Beginning on March 14, 2020, Indy Midtown Magazine has been posting regular updates about the response to the public health emergency by the City of Indianapolis as well as Midtown-related organizations. This post archives all […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…]

Butler–CTS Land Deal Expands Options

March 6, 2018 0

by Thomas P. Healy In late December 2017, Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) and Butler University announced that their respective boards had approved an agreement for Butler to purchase a 40-acre portion of the CTS campus. […more…]

‘Full Steam Ahead’ on Levee Project

December 20, 2017 0

by Thomas P. Healy Construction on the North Flood Damage Reduction Project has been steady throughout the year with both the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works (DPW) and its partner, the U.S. Army […more…]

‘The Goldilocks of music venues’

September 8, 2017 0

BUTLER ARTS CENTER 4600 Sunset Ave. To find a variety of music options in one location, look no further than the Butler Arts Center. Butler offers a large variety of programming for music, from chamber […more…]

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