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This semester has been marked by an increase in unpredictability.
To reach my home on the east side of campus, I walk right through the heart of it.
My gums are starting to ache. I’ve been gritting my teeth for the past nineteen minutes and thirteen seconds. The Fourth Horseman has arrived, and he’s brought a “Panini.”
Never was there a better time to feel this fuzzy; to hear the coos of a pensive summer songbird with love on their lips. Mike Adams dishes out plenty of unabashed announcements of sappy serenity that will knock you over your head and off your feet.
The 2019 Bloomington primary elections took place Tuesday as less than 10% of the city’s registered voters chose between candidates for municipal offices such as mayor and city council seats.
My fourth Best Buddies Leadership Conference came to a close on July 22. For the uninitiated: Best Buddies International is an organization in which individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities are paired up in a one-to-one friendship with someone without disabilities.
Beginning June 8, Indiana’s main political parties hosted their semiannual conventions to discuss adjustments to their platforms, as well as the current status of their party.
The U.S. Senateutilized an obscure legislative tool known as the Congressional Review Act on May 16 to vote for the reinstatement of Obama-era net neutrality regulations.