What’s for lunch? If you’re a state lawmaker or just happen to be at the Indiana Statehouse today, you’ll be treated to a full meal by Ball State students and staff who are serving food for Ball State’s annual event at the state capitol building.
Jeff Armstrong, who has a daughter at Ball State and a son at Noblesville Middle School, wants to live in a world where school shootings aren’t a common occurrence.
A bipartisan bill that would have regulated industrial-sized farms was shot down Wednesday, 9-3, in the House Committee on Environmental Affairs.
After 10 years of under-performing graduation rates, state lawmakers are moving forward with a bill that would require more accountability and regulations for virtual charter schools.
In her time as editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth aimed to create diverse coverage that touched on all aspects of what it means to be a young person.