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Chocolate phoenix: The story of pioneering aviator Willa Brown

Surrounded by prestigious awards and memorabilia, dozens of families gathered at Avondale Meadows YMCA on the city's eastside on Feb. 22 to learn about...

Circle City Prep to host Black History Month bake sale

Circle City Prep’s (CCP) Culinary Club have been preparing for the school's Black History Month bake sale. In collaboration with The Patachou Foundation, CCP's...

Bringing the music back home

Indianapolis music legend, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, partners with music education nonprofit, Music Will, to bring no-cost music education program to Indianapolis schools Indiana’s own Kenneth...

Durant and O.U.R. Mothers donate hundreds of shoes to eastside school during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis 

O.U.R. Mothers, Inc., an organization founded and headed by Dr. Wanda Durant, mother of star forward and future Hall of Famer Kevin Durant, seeks...

Pensole Lewis College returns to its roots

D'wayne Edwards brought Pensole Lewis College (PLC), previously known as Lewis Business College, to Indianapolis during All-Star week. Edwards hosted multiple workshops, returning a...

Stand and deliver: Parents petition IPS for equity in education

Parents, families and Stand for Children Indiana presented a petition requesting that the IPS Board of School Commissioners focus on growing top schools for Black and brown students at a press conference on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.

Empowering Students Through Choice Education: A Midyear Switch to Virtual Learning

As we find ourselves at the midpoint of the academic year, it's crucial to reflect on the well-being and academic progress of our students....

That ain’t how the story goes: Wabash College’s first Black student

The story goes that he was the first Black student at Wabash College. The story goes that he was dismissed because the community did not want him there. “No one even knew his name until I finally found it in 2022,” said Timothy Lake, an associate professor of English and Black studies at Wabash College.

Lawrence Township adds new weapons detectors

Lawrence Township introduced new metal detectors that will be used in all their secondary schools daily. These will add an extra layer of safety...

Are schools prepared to respond if a student’s heart stops? Data shows some aren’t

By ELIZABETH GABRIEL An AED is a device that sends a shock to the heart of someone going through a sudden cardiac arrest to try...

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