Wednesday Rundown: University email transition, How to avoid the flu at IU, Wounded Galaxies festival, IUWBB versus Illinois

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UITS says Umail transition will streamline student experience

Starting March 19, students will no longer have access to their email accounts via Umail. Several steps can be taken to ensure they continue receiving their emails. Mallory Smith Buy Photos

Students are concerned about email forwarding from Umail to their new email accounts, but UITS says the upgrade is nothing to be concerned about. Read more here.

Here’s how to spot and avoid the flu at IU

Students waiting for their appointments wear face masks to prevent the spread of pathogens and airborne diseases.  Emily Berryman Buy Photos

Here’s what you need to know about avoiding, recognizing and treating the flu this sick season. Read more here

IU Cinema to screen films in conjunction with Wounded Galaxies festival

IU Cinema will screen the film "Kusama Self-Obliteration" at 3 p.m. Feb. 11 as part of the Wounded Galaxies Festival. Media school associate professor Joan Hawkins will give a brief introduction before the film begins.  Courtesy Photo Buy Photos

Films set in 1968 will air throughout the week as part of the Wounded Galaxies festival at IU. Read more here.

Women’s basketball looks for fifth straight win

Senior forward Amanda Cahill holds the ball, waiting for a chance to shoot a basket. IU faced Northwestern on Sunday, Feb. 4, at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. IU plays at again at home Thursday night against Illinois in hopes of getting its fifth straight win. Ty Vinson Buy Photos

The IU women’s basketball team is on a four-game winning streak and could potentially get its fifth on Thursday night. The Hoosiers play Illinois, which owns the worst record in the Big Ten. Read more here.

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