Patients are struggling to get access to mental health treatment because of their health insurers, according to a study by Milliman, a risk management and health care consulting company, even though Congress passed the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act almost 10 years ago.
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In a classroom in Kokomo High School, a laptop screen displays the n-word, but with one letter missing and a blank line in its place, as in a game of hangman. The student to whom the computer belongs shows the image to a paraprofessional who laughs and a classmate who does not.
The Editorial Board supports the Intrafraternity Council’s temporary suspension of fraternity social events and hopes this action will allow these greek organizations to direct even more of their resources towards philanthropy, campus involvement and the academic success of their members.
When a 2-year-old child born without kidneys needs a transplant to survive, the identity of the donor should have no impact on the viability of the procedure.
Make Bloomington punk again. — Dylan Moore While I find the kookiness of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau having two bosses semi-amusing, Leandra English is the rightful director. — Maggie Eickhoff Being a sports fan in Indiana comes with the same heartbreak and disappointment as a traditional breakup. — Anne Anderson Don't celebrate the despotic British monarch for diversity. — Lucas Robinson
Colorado inhabitant Alexis Bortell is suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the U.S. Controlled Substance Act.
Cyntoia Brown is a 29-year-old woman who 13 years ago was sentenced to life for murdering the man who abducted her and trafficked her for involuntary sex work. She is currently serving her sentence in Tennessee, but thanks to social media, the case has regained national attention.
Following the violent events at the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August, President Trump was asked if he would visit Charlottesville. He then replied by saying, "Charlottesville is a great place that's been very badly hurt over the last couple of days. I own, I own actually one of the largest wineries in the United States. It's in Charlottesville."
A Brooklyn teenager who accused two NYPD detectives of sexually assaulting her in September has now divulged an account of city police officers intimidating her out of pressing charges.
The Editorial Board commends the interactions between Apple Inc. and the FBI following the Nov. 5 Sutherlands Springs shooting in South Texas.
Dylan Moore: Russian President Vladimir Putin may be evil, but he has very kind eyes. Maggie Eickhoff: Canceling plans is the quickest and cheapest high you'll ever get. Emma Getz: If the 2017 revival of "Sunday in the Park with George" were eligible for the Tony Awards, Jake Gyllenhaal would have won over Ben Platt for best performance by a leading actor in a musical. Miranda Garbaciak: Carly Rae Jepsen does not deserve the hate she gets. "E-MO-TION" is the epitome of perfect pop. Maddy Klein: Graduate school tuition waivers should not be considered taxable income. Anne Anderson: People are more apt to vote for an alleged child molester than a Democrat. Let that sink in. Josh Hoffer: "Get Out" should absolutely not be competing in the Golden Globes in the comedy or musical category. Carmen Carigan: The Red Hot Chili Peppers are timeless. I know I'm 25 years late on this take, but you can't really be late to something timeless. Lucas Robinson: Former President Zachary Taylor was assassinated. Neeta Patwari: I don't understand winter vests. Don't your arms get cold? Julia Bourkland: Mindy Kaling’s “The Mindy Project” ended this week after six seasons and 117 episodes. Mindy and her work have inspired a generation of young women to be ambitious, diligent, intelligent and unapologetically frivolous.
As one of Amazon’s most recent attempts to appeal to the quickening pace of technological change, it introduced the Amazon Key, a lock-and-key system that will allow the company’s delivery personnel to open customers' doors and set a package inside their homes.
Does a forest grow best on its own or with human interference? This question is at the heart of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ recent timber sale, which as of Nov. 9 will allow the logging of nearly 300 acres in the back country Area of the Yellowwood State Forest.
The average cost of a house in Hamilton County, Indiana— home to both Carmel and Fishers— is now upwards of $300,000, almost double the cost of homes 10 years ago. This includes new houses and houses currently on the market. The median price of homes in the United States is $202,700.
IU Bloomigton’s class of 2021 is its most diverse class yet, but there is still much room for improvement.
Whether we admit it or not, social media occupies a central role in people's lives. News organizations use social media platforms to disseminate information, brands use them to appeal to wider audiences; therefore, we as consumers have access to a new level of direct interaction with these brands.
Dylan Moore: People from the Region need to stop saying they are from Chicago. Maggie Eickhoff: Former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney is the most devilishly handsome Republican out there, and at 70 years old, his skin is absolutely glowing. He needs to publish his skincare routine ASAP.
Indiana released 129.9 million pounds of toxins into the environment in 2016, according to recent a recent chemical disposal inventory conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency.
A survey recently released by the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, revealed the harrowing state of free expression in the United States.
Students at Indiana's Plainfield High School created a magazine entitled “Plainfield High School’s Dating Survival Guide” with information about everything one might want to know about student relationships, including pieces on everything from cheap date ideas, to safe sex and dating violence.