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Normally at this time of year, the Monroe County Democratic and Republican Parties are hosting fundraising events, gathering in large groups to do phone banking and going door-to-door polling for the upcoming election. This year, that is not the case.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday night in her home from complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer, the Supreme Court said in an announcement Friday. She was 87.
Dr. Kristina Box, state health commissioner, announced at a Wednesday afternoon press conference that Indiana will recommend stricter COVID-19 guidelines to Monroe and Delaware counties because of the increase in cases in those areas.
Tamara Loewenthal, executive director of the Lotus Education and Arts Foundation, said she estimates that her organization lost up to $40,000 from canceling its spring programming due to COVID-19.
IU’s December 2020 graduation ceremony, which was opened for both spring and fall 2020 graduates, will be virtual, IU said in an email. The university’s first-ever virtual commencement ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. on December 19 at a link that will be sent to graduates at a later date.
Kelley School of Business professors wrote a report that was accepted by Washington and Lee Law Review in March which addressed voting security and how the United States can better protect its voting process. Professors Scott Shackelford, Abbey Stemler and Anjanette Raymond and Pennsylvania State University professor Cyanne Loyle contributed to the paper, which also looked at the ways other countries are protecting their democratic institutions.
IU is proposing that $235 million be appropriated from Indiana’s state government to finance various construction projects as part of a state budget proposal for 2021.
Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box updated the public on the number of COVID-19 cases in Indiana at a Wednesday afternoon press conference.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson said Indiana is using its normal election process and not a revised process, like the one used for the primary elections. Indiana's stay-at-home order was lifted Wednesday during a virtual press conference on COVID-19 updates.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden announced his selection of California Senator Kamala Harris as his vicer presidential running mate Aug. 11.
The 2020 Democratic National Convention, held virtually August 17-20, declared Joe Biden the official Democratic presidential nominee for the 2020 election. Thousands tuned in to watch speakers such as Republican and former Ohio Governor John Kasich,former first lady Michelle Obama and former President Barack Obama talk about a wide range of topics. Here are some takeaways from the convention:
Although the country will be voting in a presidential election this fall, Hoosiers can familiarize themselves with other races, such as those for state representatives, before they step into the voting booth or mail in their ballots.
A 16-year old Tyler Combs runs into the living room, desperate to get to the TV before Alex Trebek announces the first clue.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the U.S., businesses and restaurants are coming up with up with ways to keep their businesses afloat.
The Buskirk-Chumley Theater will screen the film “Suffragette” at 7 p.m. Saturday.
The smell of New Mexican chili powder wafted through the air as Native American Chef Freddie Bitsoie placed the seasoned pork in the pan. As he rotated the tenderloin, the smell grew stronger.
Actress Laverne Cox's Feb. 13 appearance at the IU Auditorium will be rescheduled for a to-be-determined date this semester due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict, according to the News at IU Bloomington website.
Michael Uslan, an IU professor of practice and producer of the modern “Batman” films including “Joker,” is inviting students to join him 7:45 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Franklin Hall Commons for an Oscar watch party.
A four-person jazz group called the Amanda Gardier Quartet will perform at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Bear’s Place.
The Hutton Honors College and the Jacobs School of Music Project Jumpstart will provide a lunch with members of the Minnesota Orchestra at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday in the IU Auditorium lobby.