Bureaucrats Change Rules During A Pandemic To Give Unfair Advantage To Established Party That Is Justified Because They Lead In The Fake News Polls

That’s right everyone. Stop the steal. I’m talking about the Big Ten conference and how they are literally changing the rules laid out at the beginning of the season to grant #4 Ohio State a spot in the Big10 conference championship game even though they will not have played the minimum required number of gamesContinue reading “Bureaucrats Change Rules During A Pandemic To Give Unfair Advantage To Established Party That Is Justified Because They Lead In The Fake News Polls”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 19

Happy Halloween! Been a few weeks since I made one of these and that is for a variety of reasons. I view this series as a way for me to get some not as ironed out thoughts into this sphere of my views and opinions. It’s a way to give a quick take on aContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 19”

The Indiana Daily Student Publishes An Opinion Piece Accusing Trump Supporters Of Having “Stockholm Syndrome”

We all have our differences. We all continue to operate in high-tension, very-partisan times as we near the finals days of the 2020 election where either Donald Trump will win 4 more years of the Presidency or Joe Biden will pull off a victory against the incumbent nominee and reclaim the White House for theContinue reading “The Indiana Daily Student Publishes An Opinion Piece Accusing Trump Supporters Of Having “Stockholm Syndrome””

Michigan Students Hit With A Stay At Home Order Due To A COVID19 Uptick

As if the first semester of Universities couldn’t get any worse for students in 2020, one of the largest public schools in the country announced this afternoon that they would be re-enforcing 2 week quarantine orders to try and reduce, or stifle, the spread of the coronavirus. The Detroit Free Press is reporting that WashtenawContinue reading “Michigan Students Hit With A Stay At Home Order Due To A COVID19 Uptick”

Indiana Is Open For Business

Nothing beats the Hoosier state. Governor Eric Holcomb announced today that Indiana will be moving into Phase 5 of reopening for the coronavirus. This comes as the state has a 3.9% positivity rate for all its testing and has not had any extreme outbreaks across the state. This order officially comes into affect on SaturdayContinue reading “Indiana Is Open For Business”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 15

It’s hard for me to fully put into words in how I feel when I think about 9/11. The day was a living nightmare. No matter how some of our current problems may seem, once we realize that safety and security is at the top of our priorities, then a lot of other issues don’tContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 15”

Indiana’s “Lake Of The Ozark’s” Moment Has Students At Risk Of Suspension

I want to wish all of you a happy belated Labor Day. Apparently, one of the reasons why this year’s Labor Day was not celebrated by Indiana University was because IU felt that a long weekend could potentially persuade people to gather in large groups and spread COVID19. So really, this non day off wasContinue reading “Indiana’s “Lake Of The Ozark’s” Moment Has Students At Risk Of Suspension”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 14

Happy Friday, friends. September, to me, always means that we are officially in the Fall. So, happy autumn! Seriously, I know that we are headed towards cooler weather because I am already noticing that the daylight that we felt we had till 9pm just 2 weeks ago has been cut off by almost an hour.Continue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 14”

Indiana Requests All Greek Houses To Close Amid Positive COVID Tests

As we begin to actually get our footing in what is the fall semester, us students are all helplessly awaiting for the hammer to drop on what has been described to us as an “inevitably” with campus being closed due to COVID at some point. That’s right, in an email sent to the student bodyContinue reading “Indiana Requests All Greek Houses To Close Amid Positive COVID Tests”

On The First Day Of Virtual Classes The Indiana Canvas System Crashed

I can only laugh at something like this. It’s one of the more classic outcomes of what we only should have expected as we return to (virtual) classes. But truthfully, it’s embarrassing and maddening. My first class of the year was supposed to begin at 9:25am. As I looked to log on to my CanvasContinue reading “On The First Day Of Virtual Classes The Indiana Canvas System Crashed”