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Herff Jones, IU’s vendor for caps, gowns and other graduation materials, is charging IU-Bloomington undergraduates $88.30 for renting the minimum apparel needed for commencement, according to the Herff Jones website for IU. Students at other colleges such as Butler University and Ball State University pay less.
Drag celebrities Bob the Drag Queen and Trixie Mattel will appear in a free Zoom event Friday at 7:30 p.m., according to the IU event registration website. Bob the Drag Queen will give a makeup tutorial and both she and Mattel will answer attendees’ questions.
The IU School of Medicine will offer its fourth annual LGBTQ Virtual Health Care Conference online Thursday and Friday. Attendees will learn about providing health care to LGBTQ patients and advocacy.
Many students are still shut in dorms, socially distanced and anxious about family health, and the heightened COVID-19-related stress has caused their sleep to suffer, IU students said.
A panel of IU and Monroe County experts at a special edition of the “Ask Aaron” webinar discussed potential changes in living capacity and COVID-19 restrictions Wednesday night, specifically addressing sorority and fraternity life.
Two Millenium Apartment residents received a two-year protection order after they alleged a former Hunter Bloomington properties regional manager perpetrated “xenophobic, racial and disrespectful actions” on Feb. 7.
IU sophomore Monica Cherput, 19, is the same age as a victim of the violence following Myanmar’s recent military coup.
The Lunar New Year, an important celebration signifying the start of the Chinese lunar calendar, is traditionally marked with global celebrations of food, fireworks and various parties.
Junior Nina Harrod, an IU nursing student, was initially afraid to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
IU’s current prayer rooms for Muslim students do not provide consistent access to enough space without scheduling conflicts, members of IU’s Muslim Student Association told the Indiana Daily Student.
A bill devoting at least one-third of IU Student Government’s Student Congress seats to multicultural student organizations passed the student body vote, senior Congress member Steven Rigg said.
IU students will vote Friday on a new bill that could give multicultural communities a bigger voice in IU Student Government.
IU’s Black Student Union and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s leaders critique the state of civil rights on campus, using Martin Luther King Jr. Day to reflect on past instances of racism on campus and consider the present challenges of funding with IU administration.
Distractions can be numerous while learning online, whether they be noisy environments, long hours of screen time or constant tempting phone notifications. While these obstacles to attention are widespread for students in the pandemic, the neurodiverse community at IU has especially struggled to focus in their virtual classes.
Bloomington’s new Community Advisory on Public Safety Commission is open for applications to fill 11 vacant positions, the City of Bloomington’s Clerk’s Office announced Dec. 30.
A person experiencing homelesness who tested positive for COVID-19 entered the Bloomington isolation shelter Tuesday afternoon after initially being turned away by the shelter on Monday, Marc Teller, a board member of the Bloomington Homeless Coalition, said.
Dr. Lana Dbeibo was named director of vaccine initiatives Monday, according to an update from IU President Michael McRobbie.
As the presidential race concludes and a Senate runoff progresses in Georgia, the 2020 election year continues at IU. The political clubs College Democrats at IU and College Republicans at IU have selected new presidents.
A City of Bloomington Utilities employee who works at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant and a fire department employee tested and received positive results for COVID-19 on Wednesday, according to a Thursday press release.
A Bloomington City Hall employee and a Bloomington Police Department employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 27 and Dec. 2 respectively, according to City of Bloomington press releases.