The Indiana State University Student Recreation Center implemented additional safety protocols on August 14, 2020, to protect visitors during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Missouri Valley Conference postponed fall sports on Friday, August 14, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
College can be pretty daunting. High school doesn’t prepare you for making life decisions. You go from living at home and your mom doing your laundry to living with a stranger and being completely responsible for yourself.
If you told me one year ago exactly that we would have to wear facemasks and do most of our classes online, I would probably think you were joking with me. Now that a year has passed and that premonition came true, I’m starting to have some regrets.
The first surge of COVID-19 in the United States generated fear and uncertainty in everyone’s life. It effected thousands of students’ spring semesters because many universities around the country had to abruptly close.
The phenomenon of teen Netflix movies has been in full swing for quite a while now and has gained many fans of the various movies. For me, I have only started to watch these recently due to the extensive amount of free time during lockdown.
Expertise in other languages is a critical ability in today's highly dynamic and interdependent environment that offers one the potential to communicate in a more direct and meaningful way — whether in your community or thousands of miles away.
ndiana State Move-In lasted nine days. During this time, there were several students sent to quarantine before classes had begun. It is uncertain how many total students have been sent to quarantine at this time.
While life on campus may have changed, most campus resources remain the same. This includes Indiana State University’s Student Counseling Center. During this time, the counseling center may serve as a much-needed resource for those of the Sycamore community.
On August 13th 2020, Indiana State University President Dr. Deborah Curtis released a video urging students to be socially cautious as they return to campus for an unusual semester.
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On Sunday, August 16, the Indiana State Student Philanthropy Group hosted a campus wide scavenger hunt for students to enjoy. It was an opportunity to explore the campus and to win all kinds of fun prizes.
Although most students are back on campus attending in-person classes, many are taking online courses or are still in quarantine. It is also possible at any point in the semester for any given student to have to go into quarantine or transition to online-only classes for numerous reasons.