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Schools

  • Natatorium a place for play
    Everyone who’s read “The Blue Mind” knows how important water is to us. Every year at the Helen P. Brown Natatorium, 5,000 elementary school children get to splash in the blue, learn how to swim and keep themselves safe.
  • ‘Great day’ for Indiana Tech
    Indiana Tech President Arthur Snyder might be forgiven if he’s lost count of all the new buildings that have risen in the past few years on the university’s Fort Wayne campus at 1600 E. Washington Blvd.
  • IU, Purdue execs to begin meeting on IPFW’s future
    Indiana University and Purdue University have agreed to begin meeting to discuss options for the future management of IPFW, which currently is managed by Purdue.
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Education events at Dwenger, Ivy Tech

  • Bishop Dwenger High School will be hosting the annual Saints Alive! Diamond Dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Philmore on Broadway. The theme is “Dancing through the Decades.” For more information go online to bishopdwenger.com or call 496-4801.

  • Ivy Tech Community College Northeast will host a Hispanic Heritage Month fiesta from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday in the student life center gymnasium, 3701 Dean Drive. The event is open to the public.

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