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Citizens and UNCF award high school seniors $50,000 in scholarships

Citizens and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) recently launched a $50,000 scholarship to make post-secondary education more accessible. The new “Citizens Helping Citizens” scholarship,...

Here are the winners of IRT’s statewide playwriting competition

The Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT) named Mei Kihara and Lucille Ansell winners of the 2024 Young Playwrights in Process (YPIP). The annual playwriting competition, which...

Hoosier hurdle: Indiana targets top ten in FAFSA completion

The Indiana Higher Education Commission announced their statewide 2024-2025 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion goal.

Recorder Rewind: Washington Continentals vs Shortridge Blue Devils

Check out some of these stellar photos from the Washington High School Continentals versus Shortridge High School Blue Devils basketball game! This multimedia gallery was...

Lawrence North glasswork fuels 79-61 win over Lawrence Central in high-octane rivalry matchup

Holding nearly 3000 fans, the gymnasium at Lawrence Central High School was packed bumper-to-bumper for the rivalry game against Lawrence North High School Dec....

Bank of America Student Leaders program applications now open through Jan. 17 

As high school students think about their future career and plan for summer internships, Bank of America’s Student Leaders program is a great option for teens who want to gain early experience and the tools and resources to join the workforce. 

Black Men in White Coats inspiring youth

With the aim to inspire young people to consider health care professions through mentoring and activities, Black Men in White Coats is a day-long program including speakers, breakout sessions and activities for kids and teens.  

Indiana native Jackie Young shines in 2023 WNBA Finals

Update 10/19/2023: Indiana native Jackie Young and the Las Vegas Aces defeated the New York Liberty 70-69 in Game 4 to win the 2023...

Tackling the digital divide with tech-tactic treats for students going back to school

On Saturday, the Community Alliance of the Far Eastside (CAFÉ) celebrated their fourth annual Far Eastside Festival. The free event included entertainment, community resources, youth...

High school students get hands-on experience at Marian University’s Healthcare Camp

Local high school students are taking a break from traditional academics and immersing themselves in college medical classes at Marian University.
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