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Alyssa Goldman


Communications expert discusses reality TV fads

The long line of hopeful “Real World” applicants wrapped along the side of Scotty’s Brewhouse on Wednesday demonstrated what experts have said for years: Reality television can turn into an obsession for some.

Artful Learning at Fairview Elementary

Fairview Elementary is a school where most of the students come from low-income families; 90 percent of the student population is on free or reduced lunches. It did not make Adequate Yearly Progress for the last several academic years, which is why the school had to restructure its teaching approach.

IU Art Museum

IU Art Museum through 7-year-old's eyes

Chandler is visiting the IU Art Museum with his mother, Tara Deppert, and his 11-year-old brother, Quinton Deppert. He is a curious, energetic and loud almost 7-year-old. He explores the museum and is curious about all of the ancient artifacts he sees. Chandler allows his imagination to wander, and the context of the pieces do not impact his thoughts as they do for many adults.  

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PALS

Jennifer Lung, the head riding instructor of People and Animals Learning Services, Inc. (PALS) of Bloomington, walks with Taylor, a 14-year-old with spastic cerebral palsy, and horse Patti on Oct. 5 at the PALS barn.

PALS

Libbie, a child with spina bifida, rides Cody, the head riding instructor Jennifer Lung's favorite horse Tuesday at Ellington Stables. Ellington Stables is home to People and Animals Learning Services (PALS) which is an Equine Assisted Program that provides therapeutic riding for children and adult's with disabilities.

Azra Ceylan, Alyssa Goldman, Alycin Bektesh

May 11 at People's Park

Bloomington residents enjoy the summer concert series at People's Park.

Alyssa Goldman

Meet South Jordan

Get the inside scoop on Bloomington's boy band.

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