OPINION: We asked IUSG candidates our burning questions. Here’s what they said.

Students will vote in IU Student Government elections for student body president and vice president at the end of this week. The Indiana Daily Student spoke with all three tickets about the issues we thought were most important to IU students.

Their responses to our questions are recorded below. They have been lightly edited for length and style.

Topics covered include the current IUSG administration, in-person classes, diversity in student

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A roundup of questions, school levys/bonds on Greene County ballots


Greene County voters will be headed to the polls in a little more than a week to decide who will serve on many municipal councils and school boards for the next couple of years.

But along with votes on representatives, residents of Ash Grove, Rogersville and Walnut Grove, as well as people living in the boundaries of the Walnut Grove and Republic school districts, will decide on municipal and

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10 Burning Questions The Classic Disney Franchise Never Answered

Some fans may think that Cory In The House didn’t get the chance to establish itself as one of the premiere Disney Channel shows of its time. As a spin-off of the extremely successful That’s So Raven, it may have seemed as if Cory In The House would be destined to join the pantheon of Disney shows.

RELATED: 5 Reasons Why Disney Channel is The Definitive Childhood Network (&

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Here are answers to NorCal’s frequently asked election questions

Potential voters in Northern California were searching online for answers to questions about the 2020 general election Tuesday, and KCRA 3 has some answers.Here are some of the questions people in the Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto areas have been Googling below:Can I drop off my ballot on Election Day?On Election Day, voters can still drop off their ballots at drop boxes, polling places and vote centers.In fact, California voters can … Read More

Answers to your questions about how climate change affects winter recreation in Maine

Maine has long been a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts who in winter have gone downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. But as climate change makes sub-freezing temperatures and sufficient snowpack less consistent, and as tourists seek out new kinds of experiences, traditional winter outdoor recreation businesses in Maine are having to adjust.

Some ski resorts have suffered through slow winters due to a relative lack of snow, while opportunities

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Is It safe to travel again? Your coronavirus questions answered

Yes, though still not easily.

On Aug. 6, the U.S. State Department lifted the nearly five-month-old travel advisory warning Americans against all international travel, citing improved health and safety conditions in some countries. But both the State Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still have advisories in place urging against non-essential travel to dozens of countries, including most of the European Union, Canada and Mexico.


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What’s Safe To Do Right Now? The Most Common COVID-19 Questions, Answered

With states in various stages of reopening, coronavirus cases are increasing across the country. And without standardized guidelines on how we’re supposed to behave, everyone seems to be living by their own rules.

Many of us are wondering: What is actually safe to do right now? Is it safe to fly or stay at a hotel? What about a road trip? Can you go to the dentist, restaurant or gym? 

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Can you safely go on vacation amid coronavirus? And other burning travel questions we asked an expert

With COVID-19 cases rising in popular vacation spots, should people be going on vacation?

They can, but with the same precautions you would be taking if you were home, said Dr. Keith Armitage, medical director of the University Hospitals Roe Green Center for Travel Medicine & Global Health in Cleveland. Before COVID-19, the travel center mainly assisted people traveling internationally to ensure they were prepared (such as vaccines) for travel.

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The 5 key questions about Google and Apple’s contact tracing system

The tech giants were first turned away by the Government but now they are its only hope for a functioning contact tracing app - Telegraph/Telegraph
The tech giants were first turned away by the Government but now they are its only hope for a functioning contact tracing app – Telegraph/Telegraph

This week the UK government performed an abrupt u-turn on its contact-tracing technology to tackle coronavirus. 

The app it was developing with NHSX, the health service’s research wing, is set to be replaced with an app built using technology developed by Apple and Google, the

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All your questions about travelling abroad answered

For many, it felt like summer was cancelled as soon as Matt Hancock said as much on ITV’s This Morning back in early May.

“I think that’s likely to be the case,” the health secretary answered when asked if summer would be effectively “cancelled” for the first time since the Second World War.

But there are now glimmers of hope that something could be salvaged as Britain’s lockdown restrictions continue

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