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ST Mary Of The Woods Recognized By US News And World Report

WEST TERRE HAUTE, Ind – Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report again as one of the nation’s best colleges. For eleven consecutive years, SMWC ranked in the top tier of the Best Regional Colleges ranking by

Should Chick-fil-A Be Allowed On Purdue Campus?

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.–Students at Purdue University have wanted a Chick-fil-A fast-food restaurant on campus for years, but Purdue’s student body president doesn’t think that’s a great idea. That president, Jo Boileau, said the school is sending a

EPA To Phase Out Animal Testing By 2035

WASHINGTON DC — The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that they intend to fully eliminate animal testing by 2035. The EPA has relied on animal testing to evaluate the risks of chemicals and pesticides to human health

No Dillinger TV Documentary

INDIANAPOLIS — It turns out there won’t be a documentary about John Dillinger after all. A&E and the History Channel said they will not do a story about the exhumation of Dillinger’s body. Dan Silberman, Senior Vice

Braun Supports Pres Trump Trying To Talk With Taliban

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Indiana Senator Mike Braun is supporting President Trump’s aborted peace talks with the Taliban. Even some Republicans questioned Trump’s attempt to negotiate with the Taliban, especially at Camp David the weekend before 9/11. But

Salvation Army Program To Teach Kids Life Skills

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A new program from the Salvation Army in Terre Haute aims to help children learn new skills. It’s called “Take It On Thursdays” is open to all kids in kindergarten through sixth grade