This week we’ll take a look at Congress’ ability to reach a compromise and discuss how the shutdown will affect the state’s economy and residents.
This week on Noon Edition, we will discuss what the proposed changes to the Farm bill could mean for Hoosiers.
Friday we’ll talk about the plausibility of a collegiate sports system where athletes are compensated beyond tuition and what that could mean for academics.
This week we’ll discuss net neutrality and what the outcome of this case could mean for the future of the internet.
Giving Back to Africa aims to engage Congolese youth in solving major problems in their country.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk with university leaders, lawyers, and law enforcement about student safety and Indiana’s lifeline law.
This week we will find out just how important recess is for children and how instructors are finding ways to fit everything into the day.
This week we’ll talk with union directors and members, to see how unions have changed over the past century and what role they play in students’ lives.
This week we will continue Thursday evening's conversation with the Monroe panel to see what steps the county is taking to decrease domestic violence.
This week Annie Corrigan from Earth Eats will co-host as we talk with food lovers and gardeners to discuss different ways to “cook" your garden harvest.