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There is an opioid crisis in Indiana. The number of deaths due to opioid overdose has risen 75 percent since 2011, as 1,118 people lost their lives last year and even more are struggling with addiction. With these new statistics in mind, the state of Indiana and local governments should be doing more to help mitigate this ongoing crisis.
Google employees walked out across the world Thursday in protest of the company’s disregard for sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The Google walkout brought employees from its headquarters in Mountain View, California, as well as Zürich, Switzerland, and Tokyo, Japan, out into the streets at 11:10 a.m. local time.
With the recent massacre of 11 Jewish worshippers in Pittsburgh late last month, new attention has been drawn to the increase of anti-Semitism across the U.S.
Each week, our writers have thoughts that never make it to columnhood. Read on for our hot takes.
The Indiana Daily Student recently reported that a 20-year-old IU student was in serious condition Saturday after he crashed an electric rideshare scooter and hit his head.
There are a lot of problems with the RPS dining services, and five Opinion writers weighed in with their specific grievances.
Freedom for safety is trade-off everyone has to make in order to live in a prosperous society. It is a social contract between all individuals that we collectively must lose some rights in order to gain protections. The more freedom a person is granted, the less protection they have and vice versa.
On Oct. 17, Canada became the second country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana use. While each Canadian province will be able to regulate the sale of marijuana individually, in general any person over 18 can buy up to 30 grams from a licensed and government-regulated marijuana dispensary.
An Indianapolis restaurant called Beholder has become a point of controversy due to a mural on its wall depicting rabbits in an intimate position.
Once again, media outlets and public health officials are asking us, “Have you gotten your flu shot?” And once again, many people are going to ignore the question entirely, especially college students.
Hurricane Michael has come and gone, but hurricane season in the southeastern U.S. is far from over.
As of Oct. 21, mold is still being cleaned out of Foster and McNutt Quads. Progress is being made as environmental contractors are inspecting rooms and taking mold samples, though 116 students have had to be relocated in the process.
After avoiding politics for years, earlier this month Taylor Swift made an Instagram post voicing her opinion on the upcoming midterm election.
Henri Drake, a popular player of the game Fortnite, one of the currently most-played video games, streams his games while talking about climate change.
The congressional race in Indiana’s 9th District is one of many midterm contests that have received national attention from political commentators speculating Republican incumbents across the country may be unseated by a “blue wave.”
In 2018, the U.S. finds itself trapped in the sinking hole of an opioid crisis.
Although the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into effect almost 18 years ago, people with disabilities are still facing lack of accessibility in the most basic of places, including Indianapolis public transit.
IU recently won a diversity award for the fourth year in a row, The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight Into Diversity magazine, which measures a school’s success in broadening diversity and inclusion.
Banksy, a renowned street artist, made headlines when one of his more famous artworks was shredded after it was bought at an auction. The piece immediately shredded itself via a secret compartment in the frame.
As college students, we are all aware of our class’s absence policies. These policies vary wildly between and even within departments. Some professors only allow you a couple of absences, some hand out pop quizzes to incentivize coming to class and some don’t take attendance at all.