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”

Nebraska Official Says BIG10 Football Will Return – Announcement Tonight

Thank you! It’s about time they put an end to this madness. We want to play. The players, coaches, fans all want to play. The ridiculousness of this all has gone on for too long. College football returned last weekend and it just emphasized how crazy it was that schools across the country were playingContinue reading “Nebraska Official Says BIG10 Football Will Return – Announcement Tonight”

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”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9

Happy Friday friends! What a past few weeks it has been. Not only have I officially completed my virtual summer internship but I also booked my flight to get back to Bloomington and move in for my senior year of college. Things are moving fast that’s for sure. But I’m happy about that because youContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9”

COVID Has Made Bloomington, IN The #1 Ranked College Town Most “Vulnerable” This Fall. What Exactly Does That Mean?

This graphic went viral last week in attempt to scare the thousands of college students getting ready to return to campus this fall: Now, with me being a student in Bloomington, this immediately caught my eye. When looking at this chart it looks like these college towns are most susceptible to being hotspots, or potentialContinue reading “COVID Has Made Bloomington, IN The #1 Ranked College Town Most “Vulnerable” This Fall. What Exactly Does That Mean?”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 5

One of my all time favorite movies is Forrest Gump. Now that’s not some crazy diamond in the rough film but it’s the great American story of how an average fella can achieve the American dream by just keeping his foot on the gas and never quitting. My favorite quote from that movie has alwaysContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 5”

How Indiana University Will Return Their Students To Campus

It’s what’s crossed every college student’s mind over the past 2 months. Now that everyone is getting ready for this “new normal”, whatever that means, it’s really the 18-22 year old college kids that are eager to get back to their colleges and universities and out from their childhood hometowns and parent’s houses. Objectively, collegeContinue reading “How Indiana University Will Return Their Students To Campus”