Indianapolis Business Journal

NOVEMBER 21-27, 2011

This week, read about a posh Super Bowl hospitality area NFL officials are building inside Union Station and find out why industry insiders are buzzing about a new local ad firm. In Focus, see what critics have to say about the grades education majors are getting. And in A&E, get a glimpse of the edgy art that's part of the Eiteljorg's biennial fellowship show.

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IPS hopes new high school attracts high-achievers

Christine Collier, the longtime leader of the Center for Inquiry elementary and middle schools, is designing a high school within the Indianapolis Public Schools system that officials hope will draw students who now attend some of the highest-achieving K-8 schools in the IPS system.

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Ski-lodge-themed facility planned for Union Station

The NFL is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to build a posh 15,000-square-foot hospitality area inside Union Station’s Grand Hall for this year’s Super Bowl. The facility will be a perk for the league’s best corporate partners, former players and coaches, and other high-rollers.

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Welcome dreamers with new businesses

I view the recent media coverage regarding Litebox’s ambitious plans to locate in Indianapolis as counterproductive to the reputation our city and state have earned for welcoming business with open arms.

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Fight for schools

Mike Hicks tells readers to “vote with their feet” if their local school districts don’t improve in a few years. From the perspective of true community leadership, this philosophy of action is wrong.

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