President Trump and his wife, Melania, tested positive for COVID-19 Thursday.
Strict health guidelines make students the safest option if tickets are sold.
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Average attendance for Big Ten football also declined.
The 2019 Little 500 season ended with Teter Cycling winning the women's race and Cutters winning the men's race for the second year in a row.
The Cutters won the 69th running of the men’s Little 500. It was the team’s second title in a row and its 14th overall, the most in Little 500 history. Editors note: Noble Guyon, Victor Grössling and Emily Abshire have worked for the Indiana Daily Student.
The event celebrated the heritage of indigenous peoples.
ROTC cadets compete for the German Proficiency Badge on March 29 and 30.
IU graduate student Mary Sluder restocks COVID-19 tests Oct. 15 at Memorial Stadium. Sluder heard about the job working at IU’s stadium mitigation testing site over the summer while tutoring students through IU Athletics, and has worked at the stadium site most of the semester.
Freshman Tommy Reynolds points at the room he spent his quarantine period in Oct. 16 at Ashton Residence Center. Reynolds said he’s worried IU is limiting student freedoms too much during the pandemic, but he is thankful measures were taken to allow him to have an on-campus experience this semester.
Freshman Maia Law stands Nov. 5 outside of Ashton Residence Center. Law spent time in quarantine at Ashton’s contact tracing hall after caring for her sick friends. While there, she saw multiple violations of rules, including students leaving and entering the building to hang out with friends.
A student walks in front of a tunnel while submiting a saliva sample for COVID-19 mitigation testing Oct. 15 at Memorial Stadium. Both Memorial Stadium and Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall were used as sites for mitigation testing in the fall semester, in addition to a site at Franklin Hall.
Sophomore K.J. Helloms submits a saliva sample for COVID-19 mitigation testing Oct. 15 at Memorial Stadium. “I feel like IU’s done very good, especially with the randomized testing. I’ve seen less cases here than I’ve seen at other schools that my friends go to that aren’t doing randomized testing,” Helloms said.
Dr. Aaron Carroll talks about his background in medicine, his family life and how he found himself on IU’s coronavirus task force committee Sept. 1 on a Zoom call in front of the Presidents Hall mitigation testing site in Franklin Hall. Carroll has been the lead on IU’s coronavirus task force this semester, making most of the decisions regarding mitigation testing and coronavirus protocols on the Bloomington campus.