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Bloomington, IN

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Noon Edition is a weekly radio program inviting your participation on news and issues facing the central and southern Indiana community. Produced by WFIU news in partnership with the Bloomington Herald Times.

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English


Episodes

Safety And Civility In Downtown Bloomington

7/14/2017
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This week we'll discuss how Bloomington continues to implement new actions and programs to combat criminal activity and drug abuse in the downtown area.

Duration: 00:52:26


How New State Laws Will Affect Hoosiers

7/7/2017
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This week we're joined by state legislators to talk about various new laws going into effect and what they mean for Hoosiers.

Duration: 00:52:41


MCCSC’s Controversial ‘Lunch Shaming’ Policy

6/30/2017
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The USDA requires all public schools to put student lunch debt policies into writing by July 1. Many are calling MCCSC's policy "lunch shaming."

Duration: 00:52:33


Hoosier Muslims And The Celebration Of Ramadan

6/23/2017
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The observance of Ramadan is considered one of the Five Pillars of the Islamic faith. This week our guests will discuss the holy month and how it is celebrated.

Duration: 00:52:46


What Changes In Internet Regulations Will Mean For Internet Users

6/16/2017
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Internet law has seen constant change and debate in recent years. Tune in to learn how national and international policies can impact your own service.

Duration: 00:52:31


How Cities Are Updating Waste Management

6/9/2017
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Many cities have upgraded how they collect and manage waste and recyclables in recent years, including Bloomington and Columbus.

Duration: 00:53:36


Digital Technology’s Impact On Education, Cognitive Development

6/2/2017
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Duration: 00:53:53


High School Graduates Discuss Preparing For Life Post-Grad

5/26/2017
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Join us this year as students from Harmony, Bloomington South High School, and Brown County High School reflect and look forward on their educations.

Duration: 00:53:59


Addressing Challenges In Food Insecure Communities

5/19/2017
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This year approximately 14 percent of Hoosiers qualify as being food insecure. What are Indiana communities doing to fix this?

Duration: 00:53:50


Addressing Student Debt And Financial Literacy

5/5/2017
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This week on Noon Edition our panel will be discussing the current efforts to address student loan debt, and to improve student financial literacy.

Duration: 00:53:39


2017 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

4/28/2017
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This week we are joined by legislators and statehouse reporters to wrap-up this year's legislative session.

Duration: 00:53:52


Cannabis Extract Could Become Epilepsy Treatment With Bill Signing

4/21/2017
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Advocates and researchers are hopeful that the bill will be signed into law, despite the previous remarks of Gov. Holcomb

Duration: 00:53:51


The Trump Administration’s Response To The Syrian Conflict

4/14/2017
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Duration: 00:53:48


Live From Yogi’s: Bloomingon Brewers On Indiana Craft Beer

4/7/2017
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The Bloomington craft beer festival will feature many breweries from throughout the state, giving for a unified view of current Indiana craft beer culture

Duration: 00:38:19


Hurdles In Enacting Redistricting Reform

3/31/2017
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Our panelists will discuss potential solutions to reforming redistricting, as well as some of the recent failed efforts.

Duration: 00:53:26


The Evolution Of Women’s Role In Society

3/24/2017
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Because of rights, laws, and social norms, what it means to identify as a woman in America has changed immensely throughout the last century

Duration: 00:53:37


Noon Edition: The Semi-Annual Gardening Show

3/17/2017
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Our semi-annual gardening show is back again, with our expert panelists Helen May and Don Adamson

Duration: 00:53:19


Chasers And Meteorologists Gear Up For Tornado Season

3/10/2017
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With tornado season right around the corner, we'll speak with chasers and meteorologists who work to cover the midwest's deadliest storms.

Duration: 00:53:57


Sci-fi’s Impact On Fact: Blurring The Line Of Fantasy And Reality

3/3/2017
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Sci-fi literature and film often serve as the catalyst for engaging youth in science education. But how far off from fact is science fiction?

Duration: 00:54:02


Bloomington’s Annexation Proposals Provoke Concern From Residents

2/20/2017
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Many of the areas in question have been slated for annexation for over a decade, the last an annexation such as this occurred.

Duration: 00:53:44

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