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IU board OKs shift away from SAT, ACT tests: Campuses can decide to drop use of scores for admissions

Michael Reschke, Herald-Times

ATTNL Delaware and Marion

RICHMOND — Soon, undergraduate students applying to Indiana University won’t have to take a standardized test to be admitted.


Saturday, December 7, 2019
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West Lafayette report suggests developers hit 'pause' button, again, on high rise student apartments near a growing Purdue campus

Dave Bangert, Journal and Courier Columnist

After a big run on student housing opened in 2019 near Purdue’s campus, the cautious approach that has had West Lafayette City Hall deflecting developers who wanted to put up more high rises is likely to continue into 2020, given the release of a new report on rental housing.


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Indiana Rep. Jim Lucas, R-Seymour, will again offer legislation to loosen some of state's marijuana laws

Andy East, The Republic

Indiana Rep. Jim Lucas, R-Seymour, is hoping his latest push to relax some of the state’s marijuana laws will not go up in smoke.


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Bloomington Community Farmers' Market panel stresses First Amendment, limits to privatization

Emily Ernsberger, Herald-Times

A panel discussion of issues surrounding the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market emphasized the importance of and legal limitations to freedom of speech Saturday.


Sunday, December 8, 2019
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Down the drain: Leaky toilet costly at Spiceland -- more than $4,000 for months of October and November, and that's just for water

Darrel Radford, Courier-Times

SPICELAND — It started as a little leak. It grew to 282,680 gallons of water going down the drain in October.


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Education issues top Hoosier Democrats' agenda for upcoming legislative session: Teacher pay, student testing top list for change

Ken de la Bastide, Herald Bulletin City and County Government Reporter

ANDERSON — Education issues will be a priority for Democrats in the Indiana House during the upcoming 2020 legislative session.


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Your Bluetooth guide to the magic in these Christmas gifts
David Novak, The Gadget Guy

Everything is Bluetooth now because everything is connected. Bluetooth and WiFi are the magic that make this happen. Check out the latest Bluetooth Gadgets for the holiday season:


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