Morris: At IU it’s Benton ‘No,’ Kinsey ‘Yes’

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Go away, Thomas Benton. We don’t want your kind around here. Welcome, Alfred Kinsey. You are one of us.

We ought to, we want to, but it is so hard

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Over the past few weeks, we have affirmed a simple fact that most of us were already aware of, and that is that repairing broken, damaged or disrupted relationships is not an easy task.

Infanticide on the Matlock Farm: The last straw

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Although written records leave no clear motive for the vigilante attack against the Matlock family in October 1891, George Matlock’s lifestyle offers some insight.

Abortion law from a physician’s perspective

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This column’s intention is to give readers a look at what resulted from Indiana’s abortion legislation from a physician’s perspective.

Fostering new relationships

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When I was a teen, my family and I lived in the neighborhood behind Gaiser Park.

Supporting those achieving recovery through sober living

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Addiction is one of the hardest things a person might go through in their life.

Indiana AG Rokita could use a friend to stand by him

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Stephen King’s 1982 novella “The Body” was adapted into the award-winning 1986 film “Stand by Me.”

Why do we care about a monarchy?

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Many across the United States will have spent this week watching coverage of the British monarchy.

Keep your eyes on your own work

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I am constantly surprised when in the course of living my adult life, lessons taught during my grammar school years provide profound insights and practical solutions to problems.