Luis Pulido (left) plans out his class schedule for the fall with adviser Merrill Krabill, associate professor of art, during Goshen College’s Class of 2006 Day June 15 at the college’s Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center. Pulido, an Elkhart resident and recent graduate of Elkhart Memorial High School, plans to major in art at Goshen College. He is the son of Mario Pulido and Teresa Celis. Nearly 80 students came to campus to register during the special open house day where they could also take campus tours and see their future dorm rooms. (Photo by Ryan Miller)

Mexican consulate in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS • Mayor Bart Peterson welcomed Mexican Consul General Carlos Sada of Mexico’s Chicago office to Indianapolis to sign a lease for the Republic of Mexico’s new Indianapolis Consulate.


Not sure where to start, let Indiana’s Core 40 be your guide

By Jeff Kubaszyk

Every spring in Indiana, 9th grade students and their parents meet with guidance counselors to create an individual career and course plan. In this plan, they design a program of study for the student’s remaining high school years.


Building Bridges, Crossing Boundaries

Latino Children Capture their Community in Pictures

The work of Latino schoolchildren who photographically documented what was important to them about their lives, community and culture will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Indiana Historical Society.


Jeannette Noltenius Ph.d, Executive Director of the Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco (LCAT), visited Indianapolis on her way to Fort Wayne during May of this year.