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Valparaiso University business law professor Elizabeth Gingerich

  • Today: Valparaiso University professor Elizabeth Gingerich is on "Regionally Speaking," in our initial conversation about business law issues and their impact nationally and in northwest Indiana. "William L. Johnson Black Film Festival" director Dr. Vernon Smith talks about the three-day event which begins with a student screening of student films on Friday and continues with independent films on Saturday and two features on Sunday.
  • Today: Valparaiso University professor Elizabeth Gingerich is on "Regionally Speaking," in our initial conversation about business law issues and their impact nationally and in northwest Indiana. "William L. Johnson Black Film Festival" director Dr. Vernon Smith talks about the three-day event which begins with a student screening of student films on Friday and continues with independent films on Saturday and two features on Sunday.
  • Porter County residents are calling on leaders to reevaluate their plans for federal COVID money. The county government is getting more than $33 million from the American Rescue Plan. Some local advocates see it as a chance to address the structural challenges facing the community.
  • Today: We revisit our conversations with Alfred "Chip" Cook, the northern Indiana regional Agent-In-Charge with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration,…
  • Today: Valparaiso University business law professor Elizabeth Gingerich is on "Regionally Speaking" for an initial conversation about what she teaches in…