Heather Lusk is a freelance journalist based in Indianapolis, United States of America. She has written for local newspapers and national websites. She primarily focuses on human interest stories, history and travel. Living in a conservative state like Indiana she has access to people who feel passionately about both sides of the political aisle. Recently she has been researching corruption in small town governments, handling pre-teen meltdowns and how CBD growers survive in a state without legalized marijuana.
The lack of inclusion has long been an issue for most sororities and fraternities on college campuses. A student with Down syndrome and her family felt that she was excluded from Greek life based on her intellectual disability.
Travel is my passion, so to travel with family is my necessity. I recently recounted a trip taken several years ago that is cemented in my mind in the best possible way, despite storm and sickness.
Indianapolis, United States of America • Current Affairs • August 14 @ 12:00am
Indiana districts are among the first in the U.S. to open schools to in-person education. Two students and two staff members have already tested positive yet more districts are still planning to open in the next two weeks. From the front lines, a perspective from parents, teachers and... Read more