Matthew Tully, Indianapolis Star

Matthew Tully

Indianapolis Star

Indiana, United States

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Past articles by Matthew:

Manual Project: With trip to Carnegie Hall, choir hits a high note

In a story published after the series ended, Matt Tully tells the story of the Manual choir singing at Carnegie Hall. → Read More

Manual Project: Manual's singers pray for another miracle

In a story published after the series ended, Matt Tully challenges readers once again. → Read More

Manual Project: Do you hear what I hear? Manual hits a high note

In the 16th entry in the series, Matt Tully finds that Manual's choir demands effort and expects excellence in ways the school often doesn't. → Read More

Manual Project: The score: budget cuts, 1; football team, 0

In the 13th entry in the series, Matt Tully looks at how the football team was cut when students needed more options, not fewer. → Read More

Manual Project: At Manual, to teach them, you must find them

In the second entry in the series, Matt Tully dives into why students miss school and how Manual tried to stop the trend. → Read More

Manual Project: Brent Jones is the kid who now exists

In the 33rd entry in the series, Matt Tully follows up on the story of Brent Jones, a student without an identity who met his birth mother for the first time. → Read More

Manual Project: Can Manual succeed? Yes, but ...

In the 34th and final entry in the series, Matt Tully looks at what Manual is facing and what it needs. → Read More

Manual Project: 'I'm Brent Jones. I'm the kid who doesn't exist.'

In the 28th entry in the series, Matt Tully tells a story of a student without an identity and his successful search to find his birth mother. → Read More

Manual Project: 'This is like a Christmas movie': Choir receives standing-room-only ovation

In the 17th entry in the series, Matt Tully tells the heart-warming tale of how the community supported Manual High School's Christmas concert. → Read More

Manual Project: Can this school succeed?

In the first entry of the series, Matt Tully introduces readers to Manual High, its students and its challenges. → Read More

Tully: I'm taking a cancer break, but I'll be back

It's time for a short break to deal with some cancer issues. But I'll be back. → Read More

Tully: Donald Trump's ultimate betrayal

Donald Trump's heartless immigration policy must be countered by the many Americans who clearly oppose it. → Read More

Tully: Hard questions surround charging of Noblesville shooter

At what age should crime suspects be charged as adults? It's a question that elicits strong opinions. It's a conversation Indiana needs to have. → Read More

Tully: Republicans desperately search for a petty name to call Joe Donnelly

There are many serious issues worth debating this year. But the GOP strategy against Joe Donnelly seems to have settled on silly name-calling. → Read More

Tully: The truth is, we need more politicians like Joe Donnelly

Bipartisanship doesn't score you many points in politics these days. But it should, and Sen. Joe Donnelly is a perfect example of why. → Read More

Tully: 10 thoughts about the latest Republican Senate debate

The Republican Senate candidates debated again. And, again, insults and platitudes trumped substance. → Read More

Tully: How this Senate debate moderator got a target on his back

The Republican Indiana Senate primary has been one sideshow after another. → Read More

Tully: A way to make Indiana greater — attack smoking

Indiana needs to step up in the fight against smoking. → Read More

Tully: 3 lessons Todd Rokita should learn

Todd Rokita is running for the Senate with a campaign that could hardly be less senatorial. And that's not a good thing. → Read More

Tully: In Zionsville, Robert F. Kennedy's letter tells a story about guns

A 51-year-old letter tells a very important story. → Read More