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Paying for college

One of the biggest dilemmas families and individuals face when deciding to go to college is determining how to pay for it. With the...

Recorder Women’s Auxiliary Offers Scholarships to high-school students

The Recorder Women’s Auxiliary is pleased to make available the enclosed scholarship application packet for our various scholarships for the 2016-2017 school year. Each...

HBCU: The Black college experience

The Higher Education Act of 1965, defines a Historically Black College and University or HBCU as: “…any historically Black college or university that was...
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Recorder celebrates 125 years, commitment to community remains the same

When George P. Stewart and Will Porter started a two-page church bulletin in 1895, they set in motion what would eventually become...

Surge of coronavirus cases in Midwest nursing homes leaves loved ones, workers ‘depleted’

When 38-year-old Chelsea Reed last spoke to her mother — while she was living inside the Rosewalk Village of Indianapolis on the...

Cook Medical supplier facility coming to northeast side

A new manufacturing facility on the northeast side will bring up to 100 jobs that will average $16 an hour and include...

Remembering John Jointer, a gracious athlete

Alexander Seawood remembers meeting a 12-year-old John Jointer Sr. at the Capital City Church School gym in the mid-1970s. 

Temperature check: How are Black entrepreneurs feeling?

When Bernice Taylor started a fireplace accessories business in 1998, she ran into a lot of the same problems other new business...
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