Apr 30, 2020
During the world's largest known shut down/quarantine, what rights do we lay aside? Jane Henegar, Executive Director of The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, provides answers with respect to all Americans, but especially to incarcerated persons, persons seeking abortions, and those held only for non payment of...
Apr 24, 2020
Dr. Stephen Jay, a founder of the I.U. Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, answers the question: What is public health?
Do autocrats utilize public health to win elections?
Do domestic violence, suicide by guns, coughing in church, or arthritis, constitute public health problems? Do they infect like a...
Apr 16, 2020
Julia Ricci is senior programmer of The Heartland International Film Festival, processing more than 4,000 submissions each year, with the help of over 100 volunteer screeners.
She also loves films, starting before age 8, when even Disney films seemed scary, but "Singin' in the Rain" and "The Sound of Music" were...
Apr 9, 2020
Who is right: Seneca, Ken Jennings, Newton, Guy, Marcus, or Brand?
Just a little philosophy here about random events, plus a few practical points about starting a new business.
Apr 2, 2020
Indiana's Knobstone Trail starts near Salem, Indiana, and moves northeast to Martinsville, about 160 miles. The southern portion is rugged, largely for back packers. More northern portions are suitable for day walkers.
We learn this from Randy Pflueger, who learned to enjoy the trail while hiking with his Boy Scout...