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Sophia Saliby

Sophia Saliby is a reporter for WTIU/WFIU news. She is originally from Franklin, Tennessee and is an International Studies student at Indiana University's School for Global and International Studies.

Recent Posts by Sophia Saliby

July 6, 2018


Bike Trails Task Force Halfway Through 2-Year Mission

Leaders from around the state are continuing efforts to connect bike trails across Indiana. 

June 22, 2018


Noon Edition: The Future of the Indiana Democratic Party

This week on Noon Edition, Democratic leaders weigh in on the state of their party and the results of the state's primary elections held last month.

June 20, 2018


Study: Veterans With PTSD May Benefit From The Use Of Service Dogs

Service dogs are a popular way to treat anxiety despite a lack of extensive research. A new study from Purdue University shows veterans with PTSD may benefit from the use of service dogs.

June 15, 2018


IU Adds Gender Expression, Genetic Info To Non-Discrimination Policy

Indiana University is adding more protections for its students, faculty, and staff in an effort to be more inclusive.

June 14, 2018


MCCSC Close To Replacing Controversial Social Studies Curriculum

The Monroe County Community School Corporation is finalizing the teaching materials that will replace controversial social studies curriculum pulled earlier this year.

June 14, 2018


Noon Edition: The Future Of The Indiana Republican Party

This week on Noon Edition, Republican leaders weigh in on the state of the party and what their hopes for the November midterm elections.

June 8, 2018


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Indiana Stone In The Limelight At Annual Symposium

June is known as Indiana Limestone Month. And every year, a group of amateur and professional carvers come together to celebrate the state’s famous stone.

June 7, 2018


Noon Edition: The Challenges Of Getting An Education While Homeless

This week on Noon Edition, our panel talks about the challenges of getting an education while homeless and what resources exist to help students succeed.

June 6, 2018


DNR Increases Grant Funding For Fighting Invasive Plants In Indiana Lakes

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources is dedicating nearly $660,000 to combat non-native aquatic plants this year through its Lake and River Enhancement program.

June 5, 2018


Bloomington Animal Shelter Celebrates Completion Of $2.1 M Renovation

A 6-month old dog named Spike helped open the Bloomington Animal Care and Control Center Tuesday after more than a year of construction.

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