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Preserving Pathology’s Past

“The next tour starts at 2 p.m. You can wait in here until then,” imparts an affable volunteer at the Indiana Medical History Museum (IMHM). He leads me inside the two-story, dark red Old Pathology Building. Established in 1896, it’s the oldest intact pathology facility in the United States. Within walking distance stands Central State Hospital, which operated from 1848 to 1994. Indiana Medical History Museum (Facebook) According to the IMHM’s web [...]

July 23rd, 2019|Tags: , , |

Will Obamacare Survive?

The answer largely depends on what the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit decides in the coming months. Earlier this month, on July 9, this court in New Orleans heard arguments on a case that could upend the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA). This threat was filed by a group of 20 red states, including Indiana, in 2018, which the Trump administration has joined. Their argument is that Congress’ decision to scrap [...]

Tech Talk: Talent Drives Entrepreneurial Options

You already know, and many nationally have been agreeing with, the following: Start-up companies are thriving in various parts of the country, including here in Indiana. Recent articles in Forbes and Entrepreneur share the sentiment with an emphasis on college towns and talent hubs. Forbes: With nearly 50% of millennials looking to start their own business in the next three years, it is not a surprise that the new generation of entrepreneurs aren't based [...]

July 18th, 2019|

Feeling Out of Place in Your Workspace?

Open offices are the worst. That’s the basis of a Fast Company article lamenting the concept. For what it’s worth, I don’t agree. Although I do see pros and cons to the idea. First, you tear down the walls and dispense with the soulless cubicles. Then you put everyone at long tables, shoulder to shoulder, so that they can talk more easily. Ditch any remaining private offices, which only enforce the idea that some [...]

July 17th, 2019|Tags: , |

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth and Desire to Give Back

Homelessness is hitting home. On the south side of Indianapolis where I reside, I increasingly see people standing on street medians bearing signs with pleas for compassion. It’s happening everywhere. Businesses and community organizations can make a difference by banding together. Many examples of corporate social responsibility (CSR) – the idea that doing the right thing can help deliver positive business results – exist in Indiana. Among them is the sixth annual Cocktails & [...]

July 15th, 2019|Tags: , |