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Katharine Khamhaengwong


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Junior Bryce Asher gets his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, administered by nursing student Maddy Anderson, April 12 in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Monroe County will offer two pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics this week, one at the Crestmont Boys and Girls Club on May 6 and the other at the Monroe Convention Center on May 10.

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Blue flags line Dunn Meadow on Monday afternoon. The flags have been placed by Safe Sisters at IU, an organization under the Panhellenic Association, to represent the thousands of undergraduate and graduate students who have experienced nonconsensual touching or complete sexual penetration.

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Junior Bryce Asher talks with nursing student Maddy Anderson before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine April 12 at Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall. The Indiana State Department of Health is asking vaccination sites to allow for some walk-in appointments starting as early as next week, Monroe County Health Administrator Penny Caudill said.

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