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Ivy Tech adapts to changing economy, seeks more state funding: College now losing revenue from tuition with fewer full-time students

Lauren Slagter, Kokomo Tribune Education Reporter

ATTN: Tippecanoe, Vanderburgh and Vigo

Amid the regional consolidations, Ivy Tech President Thomas Snyder has been vocal about the college’s need for more state funding.


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Purdue, IU degrees can't hold foreign students in staying in West Lafayette, Bloomington since they get better paying jobs elsewhere after graduation

Maureen Groppe, Journal and Courier Gannett Washington Bureau Chief

Foreign students who travel to West Lafayette or Bloomington for degrees make up a greater share of the university students in those communities than in most other metropolitan areas.


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Locals reluctant to embrace proposed state work-share program: Effects on shop seniority, business responsibility questioned

Sarah Einselen, Pharos-Tribune News Editor

A proposal to let companies cut their employees' hours in lieu of layoffs has gotten mixed reactions among local manufacturing leaders.


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A rising scourge: Columbus Regional Hospital, police see increase in heroin use with many switching from Oxycontin


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Will recent prolonged executions result in the end of capital punishment?

Bob Blake, South Bend Tribune Staff Writer

ATTN: LaPorte and Monroe

Is the death penalty on its last leg?


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Success stories redefine entrepreneurship in Madison County for middle and high school students

Traci L. Moyer, Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON – Angela Barbosa is building a business community from the bottom up, and she is doing it one success story at a time.


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