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The Indiana University Writers' Conference conference will begin May 30 and continue through June 3. Attendees are writers of all levels. Writers' Conference faculty are prominent authors who lead workshops in fiction, poetry and various prose narrative styles. Registration is open and spaces are available. Several free readings are open to the public.
The president of the Boy Scouts of America has called for ending the organization's ban on gay leaders but said groups that sponsor Scout troops should be able to set their own requirements for leaders. IU professor Beth Gazley says the approach probably won't be good for the organization in the long run.
Staff from the Indiana Prevention Resource Center at Indiana University Bloomington have begun working with five health centers in Indiana to implement a new procedure to evaluate all adult patients for risks associated with alcohol and substance use.