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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 Prothero

April 2, 2010


With Dust Settling, Hoosiers Size Up New Health Care Laws

Following passage of national health care reform legislation, Hoosiers have begun to assess what the new laws will mean for them.

March 29, 2010


Hoosier Students Sent to an African Boarding School? Maybe.

A group of IU professors attempting to build a boarding school for inner city school children in Ghana has filed a charter school application.

February 3, 2010


Hoosier Households Not Held to Same Standards as Industry

Although industry is subject to regulations and the focus of an ongoing debate over those regulations, Hoosier households aren’t held to the same standards.

November 4, 2009


Part 2 of 2: “Golden Hour” Guides Dive Team Work

Following deaths at quarries over the summer, Bloomington's police dive team was in the spotlight. Though the team isn't new, its tactics have changed.

November 2, 2009


Bloomington Police Department K-9 Officers Again on the Prowl

The most visible members of the Bloomington Police Department may patrol the city in squad cars, but there several branches of the which aren’t as high-profile.

August 25, 2009


Threatened with Losing Millions, IU Trustees Stand Firm on Tuition

A state senator is saying he’ll hold back $53 million from Indiana and Purdue Universities unless the schools agree not to raise their tuition.

August 5, 2009


Kokomo Ivy Tech Begins Retraining Auto Workers

In Kokomo, where one in five people is jobless, many auto industry lifers are choosing to get the education they passed up years ago.

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