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Luzane Draughon

Managing Editor

Majors: International Law & Institutions and Journalism

Luzane Draughon is a managing editor with the Indiana Daily Student. She was also a news editor in the spring and fall 2021 semesters. Previously, she was a beat reporter, covering IU administration as well as local and national elections in the 2020 election cycle.

Twitter: @luzdraughon

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A screenshot from a panel discussing policy implications of a Biden-Harris administration Dec. 7 over Zoom. This panel was the second in a series hosted by the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.


The IU Culture Center directors discussed their thoughts about the 2020 election results, the effect on their communities and how they can serve their communities as the country moves forward during a Facebook live Thursday afternoon.


Ronald Klain, Indiana native and former White House Chief of Staff to the Vice Presidentaff provides a campaign update for former Vice President Joe Biden during the “Motivational Mondays” meeting Monday night over Zoom. About 35 individuals were present in the meeting.


Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks Sept. 23 during a livestreamed meeting. Holcomb announced the state will move forward to Stage 5 of the Back on Track reopening plan Sept. 26.


Republican Victoria Spartz and Democrat Christina Hale answer questions during a Fifth District Congressional Town Hall on Tuesday over livestream. The questions were presented by voters live from WFYI studios.


Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks virtually at the weekly coronavirus update meeting Wedensday. Indiana has had 101,485 total positive cases of COVID-19, and there have been a total of 3,173 deaths as of midnight Tuesday.


Rachel Aranyi, a sophomore IU Student Government presidential candidate, speaks during a town hall meeting Wednesday on Zoom. The meeting was “Zoombombed” by a few users around 10 minutes into the public online event.


Kelley Student government delegates Paul Obrecht and Kacey Cook (left and right ends) pose with Kelley Student Government Vice President of membership Rashi Sarraf (middle-left) and Director of Ethics and Social responsibility Zahraa Ouyuon (middle-right), for a photo March 5 while handing out green bandanas in Hodge Hall. Nine different organizations handed out green bandanas for students to tie on their backpacks to show support for those struggling with mental health.

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