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Imagine you’ve just moved out of your parents’ house and into the dorms, but you’re only allowed to invite people in your dorm to hangout in your room — with masks on and the door open. The Resident Assistant checks all of your friends’ student IDs and makes sure everyone lives in the building.
With college students nationwide returning to their campuses and partying to break in the new semester, universities are being forced back online. IU created a set of protocols to limit the spread of COVID-19 and prepared a course of action for students who fail to comply.
After six months spent totally isolated, walled in with parents or even simply ignoring the pandemic as it transformed the world in irreparable ways, IU’s students returned to the campus they left in March. It was the same place it had always been when they arrived more than a week ago, but so much about their lives in Bloomington was unfamiliar.
IU has a variety of classes available for students to learn about the history and culture of the Black community.
Monroe County parents are still trying to understand how their children are going back to school in the fall after the Monroe County Community School Corporation presented its Re-Entry and Recovery Plan on June 23.
Students can enroll in one of IU’s intersession courses starting before the fall semester that run from Aug. 10-23, according to an IU email.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone in one way or another, but people with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are having an especially difficult time adjusting because of lack of socializing.
The Monroe County Community School Corporation announced Friday they are finalizing plans for the 2020-21 school year and will provide both in-person and online instruction options, according to a MCCSC Facebook post.
If you’re looking to support more local businesses in Bloomington amid the coronavirus, nationwide protests after the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police or in general, the IDS put together a list of Black-owned businesses in Bloomington and here are in-depth looks at three of them.
The City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department announced in a June 1 press release the city’s two outdoor pools, Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool, will be closed for the summer to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Many people are looking to support small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. Many are also looking to support black-owned businesses in their communities as a result of the recent killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police and other acts of police brutality against black people.
La Vie en Rose Patisserie and Café on West Sixth Street announced on Facebook they will permanently close its doors on June 28.
Many students headed home after the coronavirus outbreak caused campus to close this past semester and left their houses and apartments full of their unattended belongings. This has provided an opportunity for squatters and thieves to break in.
Many construction projects around town are finishing up or just starting, according to a recent city press release.
The City of Bloomington Redevelopment Commission approved housing developer RealAmerica’s plan to build new affordable housing units at Switchyard Park’s eastern entrance on May 18, according to the city. Designing and engineering is set to begin in spring of 2021 and construction is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2022.
A 23-year-old Spencer woman died from a gunshot wound Friday after an allegedly accidental discharge of a gun, Monroe County Coroner Joani Shields said in a press release.
The new normal of wearing masks in public and social distancing may be an annoyance for some but has become a hindrance of communication for the deaf community.
Members of the United States Marshals Service arrested two people Monday after a car chase, according to Bloomington Police Department Capt. Ryan Pedigo.
A Bloomington man was arrested and charged with murder Monday after his girlfriend was found dead with multiple stab wounds in his apartment, according to a Bloomington Police Department press release.
IU recently released the results of a campus climate survey from 2019 meant to gain input from students about sexual misconduct and other related issues.