The Monroe County Public Library will reopen Monday with limited in-building services. After being closed for about six months due to the coronavirus, people can browse the shelves for books once again.
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More than 30 people attended a “Teachers vs. COVID rally” on Tuesday in front of Monroe County Community School Corporation’s Education Resource Center, where the school board meeting was being held later that same evening. A few organizers and teachers spoke at the meeting after the rally.
Jacob Gillette, a senior at IU, is immunocompromised.
Many IU students have been taking the majority of their classes online from their houses. But whether it’s for a change of pace or to meet with a study group, many students can be seen studying around campus. But is it safe to be studying in those indoor spaces?
Counseling and Psychological Services resources at IU are all virtual this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The office is offering individual counseling, group sessions and free workshops.
Margaret Taylor sat on a chair, bent over the children’s book section of the store as she sorted through the books on a wooden shelf. She took a picture book from a tall stack sitting beside her, putting into place one of over 18,000 books on her shelves.