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As we get older, we grow out of things like clothes and shoes, or grow out of interests in certain books, hobbies or toys. With that comes developing a collection of clothes and items that are shoved into the back of a closet or in a storage room — forgotten about until one day you go through it and find your favorite toy as child.
As children, most of us looked forward to summer break. After winter break, we would count the number of days left of school. Summer was the best. You were able to sleep in, hang out with your friends all day long, play in the sprinklers, go to water parks and all of the other activities summer brought to us.
Editor’s note: According to Indiana Department of Correction policies, outlets are not permitted to publicize inmates’ full names and faces.
The Gift of Life Club at IU will be hosting their second Swab Week, their first Swab Week as an official IU club, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from April 10-14. There will be tables throughout campus to recruit people to join the registry to become donors for blood stem cells or bone marrow transplants.
A flood watch is in effect in central Indiana, including Bloomington, until Saturday morning due to excessive rainfall, which can cause flooding of rivers, creeks and streets, according to the National Weather Service.
All full-time IUPD officers at all IU campuses are now required to take a bystander training course called Active Bystandership Law Enforcement.
Many users had difficulty connecting to IU’s Wi-Fi, eduroam, from 8:30 p.m. until 11:25 p.m. Wednesday night, according to Status.IU. Network engineers restored connection that night.
With the Indiana 2023 legislative session underway, Indiana lawmakers have introduced several House bills and Senate bills which target transgender youth. These bills would prohibit or restrict gender-affirming care for minors in health care and the education system.
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Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton announced the activation of a new 501c3 nonprofit corporation, City of Bloomington Capital Improvements, Inc., on Jan. 13. According to a city of Bloomington press release, CBCI will focus their efforts on improving arts, technology, jobs and housing in the city.
IU’s Student Health Center now has a naloxone box containing 40 doses of naloxone nasal spray and several Fentanyl test strips as of Jan. 10, said Sarah Robertson, IU Substance Use Prevention coordinator.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita announced Dec. 29 that Google will pay Indiana $20 million to resolve the state’s lawsuit against the company’s allegedly misleading location tracking practices, according to a press release from the Attorney General’s Office.
The Indiana Office of Technology has blocked the popular social media app TikTok owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company, from being used in state systems and devices. The Office of Technology consistently tests and ensures the integrity of the state system is unharmed, according to the Associated Press .
Needle exchange programs aim to keep people safe and healthy by providing sterile needles which decreases the chances of getting HIV and hepatitis. The programs are able to give people support and referrals for substance use disorder, medical and mental health treatments, and social services. It does not increase crime in areas where the programs are located.
The Black Student Union hosted the Money, Minorities and Mother Nature event in the Walnut Room in the Indiana Memorial Union on Nov. 10 to inform students about how environmental issues such as water pollution and waste management effects minority groups and those who live in low-income communities, causing environmental injustice.
New York City Police arrested a man on Nov. 3 in connection to the murder of an IU student in October 2020.
Large gasoline spill in Bloomington on Oct. 31 caused no long-lasting effects or damages to wastewater plant
A leak in an underground holding tank or pipe caused a large gasoline spill at a Marathon gas station located at 1307 W. Third St. on Oct. 31.
IU student ambassadors and volunteers for the Gift of Life Marrow Registry will set up tables across campus to recruit donors for blood stem cell and bone marrow transplants Nov. 11-18. 18 as part of Swab Week. Their goal is to inform students of the organization and increase the number of people on their registry to better help find matches for patients.
A large gasoline spill at a Marathon gas station, located at 1307 West Third Street, resulted in a large release of fuel into the sanitary and storm sewer Monday.