“Once you have two of anything, you have a collection,” said world-famous outhouse collector Hy Goldenberg in a 1996 interview with Farm Show. Goldenberg accidentally became a collector of outhouses in 1960 when he purchased one for the men working on his house in an isolated forest area in Huntington County. The man sent to … Continue reading Preserving the history of privies
Worlds collide in DreamWorks Animation's charming sci-fi, "Home" as inhabitants of earth and outer space must learn to accept each others differences. Grant Fitzgerald reviews the film.
The Indiana Court of Appeals held a session in the MCA.
The fast food industry has recently taken an interest in the health of children across the nation.
Editor-in-Chief Jared Huhta discusses the controversial religious freedom restoration act. He explains why Christians shouldn't use the law to not serve same-sex couples.
Senate will be changing its name to the “Student Government Association” and will now allow student representatives from different dormitories, along with class representatives. Sophomore Logan Presnell was elected the 2015-2016 student body president – the first president of the new Student Government Association.
After winter weather cancelled its first seven doubleheaders, the Forester baseball team took the field March 11 for the 2015 season opener.
Led by Joni Schmalzried, Ed.D., assistant professor of education, a group of 10 senior special education majors traveled to Indianapolis March 12– 13 for the 2015 Focus on Inclusion Conference held by the Indiana Resource Center.
A team of professors and a team of students faced off in the “R U Smarter than a College Student?” event held by the Alpha Chi Honor Society at 7 p.m. March 5 in the upper HUB. The professors professors won the Jeopardy-style trivia challenge.
In a world far worse than dystopian themes thrives old tropes and formulaic cliches. Christian Herrera reviews "Insurgent" and comments on how the film industry should approach the concept of "originality."