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In 1887, a Denver woman, a priest, two ministers and a rabbi got together. It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but they didn't walk into a bar; what they did was recognize the need to work together in their community in new ways, in order to make it a better place.
It’s exciting and encouraging to see that the issue of food insecurity on campus is seeing more awareness. But it’s also important to be aware of both existing efforts to address hunger and of the fact that IU is part of a larger Bloomington community that is interconnected in many ways in the hope that efforts can be collaborative and most effective.
Opinions on the new Indiana hate crime bill are extremely important to inform voters on. Christine Stephenson’s April 4 article on the new hate crime bill was a good first step to uncovering the potential issues of the hate crime bill just signed.
Every 10 years a census decides how many Representatives each state can send to Congress. States with more than one Representative sort their voters into various legislative districts, and all do the same with their own legislatures.
My name is Abe Shapiro, and I am a junior at IU who was diagnosed with high functioning Asperger’s Syndrome, ADHD and fine motor skills challenges at the age of 2. For years, my goal has been not only to manage the fear of social situations and manage my symptoms, but to also manage the stigma associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
So is blackface still a thing in 21st century America? You bet it is! Sadly, since it since it originated in the antebellum period and peaked in the post slavery/Jim Crow America as the most popular entertainment outlet for the white working class, blackface has retained remarkable staying power.
I found the editorial on the Celebrate EveryBODY Week (CEBW) to be well
intended but misconceived in recognizing the purpose and power of this
IDS readers share their their thoughts on the issues of the day.
An IDS reader responds to the upcoming changes to the Gen Ed requirements
Eyes widen, hips narrow, lips plump, hair lengthens and pores disappear
without the aid of severe medical procedures or rigorous dietary
IDS readers comment on issues of the day.