Changes in the future for campus buildings

When on the Southside of campus many students notice the tall, dark-red brick buildings looming over them as they walk to class. These buildings— the Heating Plant and Central Chilling Plant— are two of the most important buildings on campus when it comes to students, faculty and staff comfort. Soon, the buildings will face an overhaul.


Ohio State reopens 2 labs after bomb threat

Ohio State University reopened two labs Tuesday night that were targeted in a bomb threat that prompted the school to close four buildings, including the main library, and three streets, disrupting campus life for hundreds of students, staff and faculty.  


Judge says St. Joseph program may violate Ind. law

A St. Joseph County program that allows some drunken drivers to avoid a conviction by using a device that prevents their car from starting if they have alcohol on their breath has been suspended after a judge said it may violate state law.  


EPA: Part of Muncie violates new lead standards

Federal regulators say part of the central Indiana city of Muncie is one of 16 sites across the nation that violate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new air quality standards for lead.


Cornfed Derby Dames ready for competition

When Amanda McQueen set up the first meeting six months ago, she did not think the roller derby team she was creating with a few friends would turn into a family.


Kappa Delta plans to twist the night away

When Kappa Delta member Lindsey Arnold died in 2004, the sorority learned the importance of brain cancer awareness. With the Twistin' the Night Away Twister tournament, that is exactly what Kappa Delta hopes to do.

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