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Articles in: Education

Evansville Living Staff
- 1 year 4 weeks ago
Evansville is home to many high schools — both public and private — that educate, coach, and guide thousands of students. To help...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 14 weeks ago
Risk taker and thrill seeker — many have asked veteran driving instructor Bob Hawkins if he fits any of these descriptions. The daunting task...
elisa Gross
- 1 year 17 weeks ago
The U.S. is in the midst of a public health crisis that kills approximately 142 people every day (1), sparking an epidemic on a local, state, and...
Elisa Gross
- 1 year 18 weeks ago
Wander into the courtyard of McGary Middle School on a fall or spring Wednesday afternoon and you will see kids running through sprinklers, pulling...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 18 weeks ago
EVSC Foundation executive director Maureen Barton finds she is challenged by narrowing the foundation’s purpose into a one-minute speech to new...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 24 weeks ago
It is not surprising to Cyndee Sturgis Landrum that most of her career has involved libraries. The Chicago native grew up in libraries. “My mom...
Elisa Gross
- 1 year 24 weeks ago
After falling down a rabbit hole of watching TED videos on YouTube a few years ago, Zac Parsons knew he wanted to be a part of bringing the...
Stan Schmitt
- 1 year 27 weeks ago
In January 1924, as the new Bosse High School on the East Side opened, faculty members petitioned the school board to name the athletic field “...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 27 weeks ago
It’s second nature for Kirsten Wagmeister — when she walks into a building, she tries to spot an automated external defibrillator unit,...
trista Lutgring
- 1 year 32 weeks ago
The date June 16 has meaning for Mike Allen. In 2014, Allen and his Evansville Christian School team signed official paperwork for the acquisition of...
Evansville Living Staff
- 1 year 34 weeks ago
For centuries on end, eclipses have been revered as life-altering phenomenons. Dates have been smudged to align historical events with eclipse...
Elisa Gross
- 1 year 34 weeks ago
Cloche hats and drop waist dresses had a turn in the spotlight once again during a collaborative photography project shot at the Reitz Home Museum in...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 34 weeks ago
Space often is referred to as the “final frontier” of human exploration. But for a team of engineering and physics students at the...
Brittany Nay
- 1 year 35 weeks ago
If you’ve ever strolled through the artsy Downtown district of Haynie’s Corner and wondered how it got its name, a new history display...
Nigel Meyer
- 1 year 45 weeks ago
Here’s a summer challenge for your family: bite into a hot-pepper-filled burrito, soar through a bounce house, and listen to Grammy-nominated...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 45 weeks ago
At a Monday lunch this spring, Willard Library Executive Director Greg Hager left with two banker’s boxes neatly packed with more than a...
trista lutgring
- 1 year 49 weeks ago
Step into the lobby of the Easterseals Rehabilitation Center along Bellemeade Avenue at any given time and you’re sure to be greeted by a...
Nigel Meyer
- 2 years 3 days ago
Lauren Norvell releases a red-shouldered hawk into the air and just as it flies a beeline overhead, she reels it in with the leash. The hawk...
Stan Schmitt
- 2 years 3 days ago
On Aug. 11, 1937, the Evansville Journal announced the Salt Pool had suddenly closed. Located on Buchanan Road at the base of Mount Auburn...
Kristine Schroeder and Trista Lutgring
- 2 years 3 days ago
Paige Talbert of Newburgh, Indiana, was very young when her mother Jenna, a physical therapist, and father Marco, an engineer at Vectren,...