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In recent years, there has been a movement online centered around body positivity and finding love for your body despite all its “imperfections.” This is probably something many young people have encountered on Instagram, TikTok and a variety of other social media platforms, but sometimes it can be hard to interpret and incorporate these views into our lives.
The need for masks when in public and interacting with others has been an ongoing controversy throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced March 23 he will end the statewide mask mandate on April 6, which means Hoosiers can now decide for themselves whether they want to wear a mask in public spaces.
Taking exams is a big part of college. Exams regularly cause students a lot of stress, sleepless nights and crying. During this period of online learning, there has also been online testing, which can bring a new intensity to exams.
Not many people think about or pay attention to food insecurity until they are put in a position where they no longer have food on their plate. With the COVID-19 pandemic ongoing, it's no surprise many families struggle to pay for everything they need.
Everyone wants to support local businesses, especially when so many are struggling to make ends meet in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is easy to find great options here in Bloomington, whether you want a small snack or a big meal. Here are some of the best local restaurants you should support in Bloomington.
Indiana has more to offer than cornfields when it comes to natural landscapes. The forests and lakes scattered across the state are stunning and can promote ecotourism.
Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Jan. 13 that Indiana residents 70 years of age and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Previously, only those aged 80 and older were allowed to register for the vaccination.
IU released a study Nov. 20 about the safety of in-person classes and their effect on COVID-19 spread. It found an inverse relationship between a student’s number of in-person credit hours and their likelihood of contracting COVID-19. In short, the more in-person classes a student had, the less likely they were to contract the coronavirus.
Everyone is eagerly waiting for Thanksgiving break, which will be the first full week without the stress of classes since August. Although it’s been a long time coming, it was planned well, and it happens at a good time with only about two weeks of class after break. It will allow students to step away from their online classes before the stress of finals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way that we interact with one another. The pandemic has led to a lot more isolation, social distancing and a lack of in-person interactions. This has been difficult, especially when it comes to the communal nature of a college campus.
Flu season is often characterized as a time where people are bound to get sick, and, for the most part, people view the flu as an unfortunate inconvenience that has them bedridden for a few days at most. Because of the unusual circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, common illnesses such as the flu can cause an array of problems for people who are infected, this year in particular.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed so much in our daily lives. In the beginning there were so many unknowns, and we tried to stop the spread of the virus by staying home for a few weeks. It didn’t work.
The recent wildfires in California are tragic, and the sheer loss stemming from them is catastrophic. This is one of California’s worst wildfire seasons ever, and it’s not even over yet. This year alone, 3.1 million acres of land in California have burned. For comparison, about 300,000 acres burn in an average California wildfire season.
Eric Rasmusen is a name you are probably familiar with. In Nov. 2019, Professor Rasmusen came under fire for sharing an article titled “Are Women Destroying Academia? Probably.” on his Twitter account. Just this week, he posted to his personal Twitter account, “I just dropped my freshman son off at Purdue earlier today. Those girls were really showing off their legs! And I could see girls sitting alone just hoping for a friend-- even a female friend, maybe.”