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Governor Holcomb announced that all Indiana residents over the age of 16 will be eligible starting March 31. Additionally, state capacity and social event restrictions will now be determined by local officials, and the statewide mask mandate will become an advisory.
After being informed there would be no exit testing before break, some students started making a plan to stay safe before returning home.
In an election cycle marked by uncertainty, Indiana elections have caused few surprises.
Here’s a look at the 10 games you don’t want to miss this fall.
The Butler baseball team face major test this weekend in Bloomington against No. 11 Indiana for a three-game set.
A response by assistant opinion editor Austin Klawitter to Jim Lucas’ comment on a Collegian article published on Oct. 31.
Tyler Wideman takes his work seriously, but does not take himself too seriously. The “Big Cat” is a fun-loving character but likes to grind out every game. He has adapted to a lot of change in his life. His values always remain the same.
In 10 days, the men’s basketball team will return to downtown Indianapolis for the second time since a heartbreaking national runner-up finish in 2010. But when the Bulldogs head back Dec. 15, they won’t face the Associated Press’ third-ranked team, like Duke was that year. This time, they’ll face No. 1 Indiana University at Bankers…
Many people might have gotten caught up in the national election results last Tuesday. So for those who don’t know: Glenda Ritz was elected state superintendent of public instruction. The Indiana government needs to respect that. Ritz won over incumbent Tony Bennett, who pushed a voucher system that financed students transferring out of public schools.…