This week on FDN News: A new abortion law in Indiana has received criticism across the country. And HU students debate how the U.S. should respond to the Syrian refugee crisis.
This week on FDN News, an attempted break-in inside the Merillat Center for the Arts damages the radio station door, and the HU student body elects a new president.
Our crew traveled to Dayton, Ohio this past weekend to cover the Donald Trump rally; the first held after violence forced the presidential candidate to cancel in Chicago.
This week on FDN News: The university implements changes in open dorm hours, students vying for student government positions debate campus issues, and the mild winter is saving the university money.
This week on FDN News: The social media application Yic Yak creates concern on campus, why another local university banned the app, and a live look outside during the winter weather advisory.
This week on FDN News: A Huntington company moves 700 jobs to Mexico, the psychological impact of Snapchat, and we hit the streets to test your knowledge on trivia and historical events!
For our first show of the new year, we take a look at how body cameras will affect the Huntington police force, new building and renovation plans for the university, and we meet the new campus therapy dog.
This week on FDN News: We dig deeper into a racially insensitive incident on campus, students discuss sexuality issues in a Forester Lecture, and are the new Starbucks cups ruining Christmas?
This week in FDN News: We look at the rising problem of heroin in Huntington County. And in light of a racially driven attack at IU, we ask if students have racial concerns on our campus.
This week on FDN News: Olympiad takes over campus, we look into low voter turnout for college students, and will the Star Wars hype prevent some students from seeing the new blockbuster film on opening night?