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Three Rivers Music Theatre Premieres Groundbreaking "Fun Home"

Fun Home, one of the most celebrated Broadway musicals of the decade, made its groundbreaking debut in 2015 as the first musical in history to feature a lesbian protagonist.

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Chad Chenowith

WBOI Presents: In Session Episode 001 Etymology

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Chad Chenowith from Bishop Dwenger High School. Our discussion focused on the topic of etymology, the study of words, and we looked back at common folk etymologies, eponyms, and a surpisingly high number of words that originate from the word goat. Thank you for listening.

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Ivy Tech’s North Campus hosted its annual African American Read-In Program on Wednesday afternoon.

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Since garbage collection routes changed on November 5, fewer calls of late or outright missed pickups have been reported. 

Lieutenant Governor Previews Broadband Access Grant Program

Feb 20, 2019

Indiana’s lieutenant governor says the state will announce details of a grant program this week that will give broadband providers money to expand Internet service into more rural areas.  As IPR’s Stephanie Wiechmann reports, the state is funding the effort with proceeds from the renegotiated Indiana Toll Road agreement.

House Scoots Electric Scooter Bill To Senate

Feb 20, 2019
Rep. Sean Eberhart (R-Shelbyville) rides a scooter up the aisle of the House chamber after presenting his bill. (Brandon Smith/IPB News)
Brandon Smith

Indiana House lawmakers overwhelmingly approved legislation Wednesday to create some regulations for electric scooters.

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Fun Home, one of the most celebrated Broadway musicals of the decade, made its groundbreaking debut in 2015 as the first musical in history to feature a lesbian protagonist.

Legislation that would slash allowable interest rates for payday lenders will now go to the Indiana Senate floor.

House Republicans are proposing a budget with modest funding increases for schools, as well as some additional dollars they say should go to educators, but advocates say it still isn’t enough for meaningful boosts to teacher pay.

Kristin Miller

 

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Kristin Miller from the University of Saint Francis. Our conversation focused on the topic of media literacy. Where did this podcast come from? Who is responsible for the media we consume? What reaction are they trying to get from us or how are they trying to make us feel? We'll dive into media consumption, including but not limited to the news you hear and the podcasts you find on wboi.org. Thank you for listening.

Kim Bowers

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Kim Bowers from the University of Saint Francis. Our conversation focused on the topic of literature. Reading requires time, and many of us struggle to stop and find the space needed to open our hearts to what is on the pages. Thank you for listening and afterwards you can even pick up a good book.

Chad Chenowith

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Chad Chenowith from Bishop Dwenger High School. Our discussion focused on the topic of etymology, the study of words, and we looked back at common folk etymologies, eponyms, and a surpisingly high number of words that originate from the word goat. Thank you for listening.

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