Due to social distancing guidelines related to COVID-19, demand for delivery services is increasing. Consumers do not want to go to crowded public spaces to get the resources they need during this pandemic, which means workers are unable to stay home and avoid risk.
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When you see a tweet about the environmental benefits of COVID-19 lockdowns, it might be a good time to take a step back and think about its implications. Many posts across social media platforms have posited that humans are the virus, or call the reappearance of wildlife in Wuhan and clean water in Venice an “awakening.”
If you live in RPS housing and expected that RPS would have a clear and helpful response to COVID-19, you would be incorrect. RPS housing has compounded the stress and uncertainty of this situation through its inconsistency.
Last week, the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies had its annual America’s Role in the World conference. The two-day conference is the sort of event that reminds many students why they’re glad to be at a school like IU with the famous speakers and interesting global topics it brings to campus.
Here at IU, and in society more broadly, we are surrounded by the legacies of men. IU has never had a woman president, and Indiana has never had a woman governor nor a woman U.S. senator.
Valentine’s Day marked the second anniversary of the Parkland school shooting, in which 17 students and teachers were killed. Survivors created an organization following the shooting called March for Our Lives, which organized a national school walkout and a subsequent rally on March 24, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
“The Good Place” series finale aired Jan. 30 and millions of viewers said goodbye to characters they weren’t ready to let go of.
The Senate impeachment trial is overwhelmingly likely to end this week with an acquittal of the president. This is set to occur without witnesses and with a defense argument suggesting that the president’s personal interests can be synonymous with the national interest. Some commentators have taken the inevitable outcome to mean the end of American democracy as we know it.
The Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, had a variety of recruitment and info sessions on campus Tuesday for students. At these events, recruiters tell students about careers in clandestine operations and offer one-on-one sessions with students, according to emails sent by the event organizers.
Most IU students have grown up with the religious right, also marketed by its twentieth-century organizers as the “Moral Majority,” as a powerful voting bloc in the United States. In 2020, those of us who identify both as Christian and progressive need to form a bloc to rival them.
I am a proud daughter of South Bend, Indiana, and I believe it is time to leave Pete Buttigieg behind.
National Voter Registration day is Tuesday, and as an IU student, it’s up to you whether you want to vote on campus or at home. No matter which you want to do, the deadline to register for the general election is Oct. 9. If you’re feeling lost, here’s some information to get you started.