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Arianna Prothero

Arianna Prothero started at WFIU as a reporter in May of 2008. She is now the Interim Assistant Radio News Director and, along with her reporting duties, produces WFIU’s Noon Edition and anchors All Things Considered on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Arianna holds her bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in Political Science with a minor in Russian and Eastern European Studies.

Recent posts by Arianna

March 19, 2010


Guns, Privacy, And The Press

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed gun issues considered the 2010 legislative session.

March 12, 2010


Volunteering In Bloomington And Beyond

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the growing need for volunteers in a down economy.

March 5, 2010


Arts And Their Place In The Down Economy

This week on Noon Edition, we sat down with leaders of area arts organizations and discussed how they have been affected by the recession.

February 26, 2010


Education And State Budget Cuts

Superintendents from Brown, Bartholomew, and Monroe Counties hashed over their plans dealing with funding cuts on this week's Noon Edition.

February 19, 2010


JC Randolph and Nelson Shaffer in the WFIU studios

Coal And What It Means To Indiana

This week on Noon Edition, we took a look at coal and what it means to Indiana.

February 12, 2010


David Hummons and Audrey McCluskey in the WFIU studios.

Black History Month

This week on Noon Edition, we took a look at President Barack Obama's first year in office as part of a broader discussion of Black History Month.

February 5, 2010


Brad Rider, Javad Noori, Marc Carmichael, and Jim Butler in the WFIU studios

Discussing the Sunday Sale of Alcohol

This week on Noon Edition, we'll discuss the ongoing debate over the Sunday sale of alcohol in Indiana.

January 29, 2010


Terre Haute City Hall

Balancing History and Development

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed how communities in South Central Indiana reconcile historic preservation and economic development.

January 22, 2010


PRIDE on Noon Edition

Indiana’s PRIDE Film Festival

This week on Noon Edition, we'll took a sneak preview of the PRIDE Film Festival and discussed what it means to south central Indiana.

January 15, 2010


Noon Edition guests Andrew Maddocks, Robert Fischman and Kenneth Richards sitting in the WFIU studios

Climate Change: From Copenhagen To Indiana

This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the recent climate talks in Copenhagen and what they mean for people in the US and Indiana.

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