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An Educational Note For Those Who Served

A semaphore unit for signalling being used by the US Army.   (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Military affairs usually fall outside the purview of this publication, but in honor of Veteran’s Day, we thought we might remind our former service people of an educational opportunity offered by the state of Indiana.

Through Their Eyes: Midway Through The Year

Eleanore Fuqua is a high school journalist at Bloomington South High School in Bloomington, Indiana

The second in our series from Bloomington South High School journalist Eleanore Fuqua on the effects of a changing school scheduleTwo and a half months gone in the year of change – the lengthened school day has outgrown its infancy and for many is now becoming more routine. With time, students, teachers, and administrators have adjusted to and solidified their opinions about the modifications.

Federal Judge Rules Students' Racy Facebook Photos Are Protected By First Amendment

Two lessons learned in a Fort Wayne federal court Thursday: Kids shouldn’t post pictures to Facebook they wouldn’t show their grandmothers, but schools might think twice about punishing students for posting them. Federal Judge Philip Simon ruled the Churubusco High School administration was wrong to suspend two sophomore girls from the volleyball team for posting […]

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