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Leah Johnson hugs Khari Dennis, a senior at University High School in Carmel, Indiana, on Loudmouth Books’ opening day Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023 in Indianapolis. Dennis brought her copies of Johnson’s books “You Should See Me in a Crown” and “Rise to the Sun” for Johnson to sign.
Indiana author Leah Johnson opens Loudmouth Bookstore to amplify marginalized voices 
Nicole Thomas, staff writer • October 4, 2023

To Indiana author Leah Johnson, the name “Loudmouth” is an assertion — no matter who tries to silence marginalized voices like hers, she will be louder and prouder. More than 1,200 books were asked to be removed from school libraries in 2022,...

In 13 months it will be time to vote
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Elisa Villatoro-Aragon, staff writer • September 27, 2023
Lori Welter talks to reporter Lindsey Sterrett about Teachers Treasures.
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Lindsey Sterrett, staff writer • September 14, 2023
Pay close attention to how you feel
Pay close attention to how you feel
Jaylah Morton, staff writer • September 27, 2023
Should feminine products be free at schools?
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Chelsea Hughes, staff writer • April 7, 2023
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Michael Malone works in the athletic directors office. 
Malone does it all
Jayleen Sanchez, staff writer • September 26, 2023
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Bryan misses on latest album
Bryan misses on latest album
Caitlin Merrill, staff writer • September 28, 2023
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Senior Isela Perez-Nicolas captured this photo for our "leading lines" theme.
Tech theatre teacher Jacob Nail is in his first year at Ben Davis.
He nailed it
Deyrus Tarleton, staff writer • September 27, 2023
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