He established six new schools—including the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy on the IUPUI campus, the first of its kind in the nation. He also established the highly acclaimed Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies on the Bloomington campus, bringing IU’s many international assets together under one roof.
Will we be bold enough as a state to take advantage of our strengths in a time of transition?
GOP House supermajorities presented Bosma with some of his greatest challenges.
Here are four recent developments that put me in a better mood.
From the presidential election to the future of downtown, many important decisions lie ahead in this unusual year.
It shouldn’t be so easy for officers who have a record of complaints to hang onto their jobs.
Government failed us last weekend. What can you do to help our city, state and nation thrive?
We all were taught early that two wrongs don’t make a right. What has happened to our city is inexcusable.
The former governor’s approach to reopening the university’s main campus balances caution with the need to get back to business.
Some media outlets need to cut back, but we’re giving you more information, not less, during the pandemic.
The crisis helps us focus on the most important things in our lives: family, community and gratitude.
The crisis we’re living through today can help us head off a future pandemic.
Everyone should be able to agree that public health is more important than politics.
Our schools need to do a better job of teaching civics at all grade levels.
There is a political leader answering the call for a bold vision. He isn’t running for mayor of Indianapolis. But he is advocating for transformational change for central Indiana and beyond. And he is taking his ideas to the Statehouse. He is Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness.