U Northwest business students use the Race Experience computer kiosk that is temporarily on campus as part of a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration. Located in the Moraine Center, the computer program can take a picture of a person, and then digitally change their race to African American, C…
The quote by Ryan Venturelli in Monday's Getting To Know column, "It's crazy how much you learn when you are in the field doing things rather than learning them from a book or from one of your professor's lectures," is great.
Judge Calvin D. Hawkins questions Lori Haney and Joseph M. Fernandez about their experiences as jurors during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Michael J. McKenna talks about his experience as a juror Wednesday during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Lake Superior Court Civil Division Judge John Sedia poses a question to former jurors during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
Lori Haney talks about her experience as a juror Wednesday during a panel discussion sponsored by the Women Lawyers Association.
INDIANAPOLIS | School boards are edging closer to being allowed to hire any person as superintendent, regardless of whether he or she holds a state superintendent's license.
INDIANAPOLIS | Despite warnings by region lawmakers that nothing good will come of it, the Indiana House voted 58-40 on Tuesday to allow school boards to hire any person they want as superintendent regardless of that person's training or experience in education.
In July 2011, I graduated from college. I maintained a 4.0 grade point average the entire time I was in school. I am finding it very difficult to find a medical assistant position.
INDIANAPOLIS | For most Northwest Indiana state senators and representatives, it's been years, or sometimes decades, since they've faced a serious election opponent.
Therese Squires of Indianapolis takes a quick photo of the Lombardi Trophy on display at the NFL Experience in the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis, Friday, February 3, 2012.
Volunteer Justin Stout of Indianapolis tosses a football back to fans participating in a throwing accuracy drill Friday at the NFL Experience in the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis.
Carolina Panther quarterback Cam Newton jokes with a young fan at the NFL Experience in the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis on Friday. NFL Football players are regularly participating in activities at the NFL Experience.
Jason Baker of Indianapolis measures his hand Friday against a life-sized mold of retired defensive tackle Warren Sapp at the NFL Experience in the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis.
A child runs through an obstacle course Friday at the NFL Experience in the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis.
Marc Dykton of Crete and his girlfriend, Ashley Callan of Dyer, look around Friday at the NFL Experience in Indianapolis. The NFL Experience is taking place in the Indiana Convention Center and has more than 500,000 square feet of activities.
Michigan City resident Steve Gayheart talks Friday about visiting the NFL Experience in Indianapolis. The NFL Experience is one of the bigger events that are taking place during Super Bowl week.
Knox resident Mark Noonan, a worker at US Steel in Gary, and his wife Terri stand Friday in the middle of the NFL Experience in Indianapolis.
Ashley Callan of Dyer gives the touchdown signal Friday while posing for photos with NFL referee Dana McKenzie at the NFL Experience in Indianapolis.
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