Giving Back to Title IX in College Athletics By. Alexa Davis 1972: The year that changed everything for female athletes. The year that saw one of the biggest impacts in
Let the Work I’ve Done Speak for Me; Ketanji Brown Jackson, a Portrait of Grit and Grace By Paris Himes “You can’t always expect to be the smartest person in
Sometimes Class Field Trips Can Bring Exciting Opportunities By. Maddy Webb On October 4th, 2022, Professor Katie Mullin’s Writing and Publishing class took a class field trip to see the
Indiana Court Temporarily Blocks Abortion Ban SB 1 By Paris Himes The summer of 2022 undoubtedly became a pivotal moment in US history when, on June 24, the Supreme Court
There is a hidden injustice in Evansville, Indiana: food inequity. Downtown Evansville is known as a “high priority food area”, a place that lacks access to fresh produce and foods
Bedford Collab. Building and Enriching Evansville Food Businesses By. Emma Ault Bedford Collab is a newly developing a shared kitchen in the Tepe Park area on the South side of
Annika Evenson, a freshman studying exercise science at the University of Evansville, was the recent winner of the high school category of the annual League of Women Voters Brown County 2022 essay contest.