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March 23, 2017

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Two Franklin Central Choirs take Grand Champion
Mar20

Two Franklin Central Choirs take Grand Champion

Three FCHS Choirs awarded Best Vocals Franklin Central Choral Department won Grand Champion in two divisions for the third time this season Saturday at Brownsburg High School Spectacular.  The third competing choir was named 1st runner up in the small mixed division. Competing were Franklin Central’s FC Singers, the advanced mixed show choir, High Voltage, the advanced all-female show choir and Accents, the intermediate mixed show...

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Franklin Central High School hosts “Novel Conversations”
Feb28

Franklin Central High School hosts “Novel Conversations”

  The Franklin Central High School Creative Writing Club hosted Indiana poet, Adrian Matejka, on Tuesday for an “Author’s Luncheon” with 20 outstanding student writers, two creative writing class workshops, and a community “Meet & Greet” which included Mayor Joe Hogsett. Dignitaries from the Department of Education, Mayor’s Office, Franklin Township School Board, Franklin Road Library, Franklin...

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Sean L. Huddleston named VP of Equity and Inclusion
Feb22

Sean L. Huddleston named VP of Equity and Inclusion

Experienced diversity officer, higher education administrator joins University of Indianapolis The University of Indianapolis has named Sean L. Huddleston as Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, a top-leadership position dedicated to leading and enhancing a university-wide culture of diversity and inclusion. Huddleston, who currently serves as chief officer of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Engagement at Framingham State...

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Southport High School helps Hope Panel Build
Feb14

Southport High School helps Hope Panel Build

Southport High School Help Build Hope Panel Build *Editor’s Note: The following letter was submitted from Southport High School: “My fellow Community Advocate, Thank you for your interest in the First Southport High School Help Build Hope Panel Build.  I appreciate you taking time to learn more about this great endeavor. I have organized this event to give the students and faculty of Southport High School the opportunity...

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Central Nine students to learn how farmers reduce need for antibiotics
Feb13

Central Nine students to learn how farmers reduce need for antibiotics

With growing concerns about antibiotic resistance, public perception about the use of antibiotics in food animals has called into question what’s best for the animal and our food supply. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Central Nine Career Center Advance Culinary Arts students will hear why responsible antibiotic use is essential to protect animal health and produce safe food. Kalyn Rose of Indiana Pork will address the students starting at 8...

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University of Indianapolis’ Stephen Kolison, Jr. named Executive Vice President and Provost
Feb06

University of Indianapolis’ Stephen Kolison, Jr. named Executive Vice President and Provost

Stephen Kolison, Jr., Ph.D., a distinguished higher education executive, scholar and researcher, has been appointed Executive Vice President and Provost for the University of Indianapolis. Kolison’s appointment follows an extensive national search and comes at a time during a strong trajectory of growth and expansion for the University. Kolison, who since 2008 has served as the associate vice president for Academic Programs,...

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On Campus: Southside students earn academic achievements
Jan30

On Campus: Southside students earn academic achievements

Parker Nye named to Dean’s List at Bob Jones University Parker Nye, a Freshman Accounting major of Southside Indianapolis, was among approximately 900 Bob Jones University students named to the Fall 2016 Dean’s List. The Dean’s List recognizes students who earn a 3.00-3.74 grade point average during the semester. Located in Greenville, S.C., Bob Jones University offers a blend of rigorous academic programs,...

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