Nicole Reitz


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Student Life

Period Poverty

According to helpingwomenperiod.org, on average, women spend anywhere from $150-300 a year on tampons and pads and an additional $20-$50 on over-the-counter medication to relieve cramps and other side effects that come with periods.  In a lifetime, women have an estimated 500 menstrual cycles from ...

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Opinion

OPINION: What if Roe V. Wade gets overturned?

What if Roe V. Wade gets overturned? That’s a question that many women have been typing into their search engines these days. With the passing away of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a crucial defender of women’s rights, President Donald Trump has chosen Judge Amy Coney Barrett as a nominee ...

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IUPUI

Jagathon raises record high of $607,870.25

Every March at IUPUI has one main focus, Jagathon. The annual dance marathon where members of the IU community come together to raise money for Riley's Children’s Hospital. This year’s Jagathon will go down in history as all 1,248 members raised a record high of $607,870,25.  15 hours of dancing ...

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IUPUI

IU suspends in-person classes for the rest of spring semester

IU is suspending in-person classes and moving to online for the rest of the spring semester due to the growing health concern of COVID-19.  To comply with the cancellation of in-person classes and to give students and staff more time to destress, IU has extended spring break an extra week, March 14 ...

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Student Life

IU campuses suspend in-person classes due to COVID-19

Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Indiana, all IU campuses' courses will be taught online following spring break, from March 15 to 22. Students will be taught remotely from March 23 to April 5 and are being encouraged to travel to their permanent homes during this time period. Visitors are ...

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IUPUI

IU prompts cancellation of spring break trips due to COVID-19

Gov. Eric Holcomb declared Indiana in a state of emergency and urged Marion County to take necessary precautions as the first case of coronavirus was confirmed Friday morning.  Due to the widespread outbreak of COVID-19, Indiana University has canceled all university-sponsored spring break student ...

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