South Bend crime in prominent student housing areas By Jacob Zinkula and Kevin Culligan Mark Giannini’s door was locked, but his window was not. Late one night in February of this year, a burglar climbed into Giannini’s house on East Washington Street in South Bend, IN through the unlocked window. The perpetrator took a MacBook […]Read more "Danger Near The Dome"
Dubai has experienced quite the transformation over the past few decades. It used to be known mainly as a small trading post and oil producer, but has become a a growing target of investment and an emerging tourist destination. Dubai wants to become “the smartest and most sustainable city,” according to the Wall Street Journal. […]Read more "Dubai’s Transformation Via Google Earth Timelapse"
The NCAA Tournament is called “March Madness” for a reason. It’s very hard to predict. But at least in this year’s tourney, having a “veteran star” (a junior/senior from a “Power 6” conference averaging at least 18 points per game) has been a strong predictor of tournament success. Check out this graphic made through Datawrapper […]Read more "2016-17 NCAA Tournament Success For “Veteran Stars”"
Vengage.com allows users to create all sorts of different graphics in order to illustrate their data. This graphic takes a lot at the top Midwestern states in the year 2015 in terms of craft beer sales and production.Read more "Craft Beer Sales And Production: How Does Indiana Compare To The Rest Of The Midwest?"
The World Cup has a long history dating back to the inaugural World Cup in 1930. Relive the best moments of this sporting event through this timeline.Read more "World Cup History"
Men’s Health magazine took data from a Centers for Disease Control study on alcohol use to rank U.S. cities by their “drunkenness.” Using an unscientific method, the magazine gave cities rankings based on liver disease, DUI arrests, etc. Here is a StoryMap representing the findings from Men’s Health.Read more "America’s 10 Cities Dealing With A Drinking Problem"