49.3 F
Sunday, April 21, 2024



Catchings to receive first-ever Ethical Leadership Award at University of Indianapolis

Tamika Catchings, a household name in basketball and a beacon of community leadership and entrepreneurialism in Indianapolis, is being honored with the inaugural Kevin...

Children’s Museum opens Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Experience

From the sewers to the streets of Indianapolis, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is presenting a new adventure with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Now...

Indiana’s education-to-workforce pipeline: Embracing pathways for post-graduation preparedness

As Indiana grapples with the challenges of a shifting workforce landscape, the need for robust support of education institutions focusing on post-graduation pathways becomes...

School substance use prevention efforts are crucial. The question is how to do it

By ALEX LI In 2021, fentanyl was identified in more than three-quarters of adolescent overdose deaths, but experts say schools are slow to adapt their...

Thank you, Indianapolis!

The recent 2024 NBA All-Star game demonstrated to many Indianapolis residents and a national and global audience the positive attributes of Indianapolis Public Schools....

Diving into diversity: Empowering Black and Brown youth through aquatic exploration and conservation

In a world where access to aquatic activities remains somewhat of a privilege for many, a few Indianapolis organizations are working tirelessly to break...

Empowering Students for Post-Graduate Pathways

In the midst of a global talent revolution, college and career readiness has never been so critical for individuals, families, and communities, which is...

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...

Health equity expert shares how cardiovascular disparities can be eliminated

SPECIAL TO THE RECORDER By Roche Communications Staff African Americans are 30 percent more likely to die from heart disease than white Americans, according to the...

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...
- Advertisement -

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest local news.

Stay connected


Latest news

- Advertisement -
Español + Translate »
Skip to content