The IPFW Athletic Department added four new members to its Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday evening, as the Hall of Fame added Tony Luhning (men’s volleyball), Ian Luya (men’s soccer), Bruce Roland (men’s basketball), and Robin Scott (women’s basketball).
A group whose efforts are to save the Maumee Watershed met Saturday to discuss several plans that could benefit the river.
The Patriots coach made an announcement Saturday afternoon.
A 2010 survey found 41 percent of transgender people responding said they had tried to kill themselves.
The statue was ranked number two in a listing of the top five college basketball statues.
The victim came forward and reported that she had been raped over the weekend at a fraternity in Iowa.
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Andrew Jackson was taken into custody early Friday morning.
The t-shirt company became popular after designing a shirt titled “Colts Stomp Patriots.”
Collins was married to his wife, Faye Grant, for 30 years.
The documentary, “Misery Loves Comedy,” premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival.
The iconic image taken of Jordan in 1984 is used by Nike to market shoes and clothes.
The course is designed to educate students about the definitions of white privilege and its causes and effects.