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News for faculty and staff   |  July 14, 2020

Changes to campus dining

To better ensure health and safety, campus diners are going to see significant changes this fall. From enhanced use of Grubhub to dine-in eating restrictions, find out what's on -- and off -- the table.

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Parking options

Not sure how much you'll be on campus? Several flexible parking options are available for IU Bloomington employees. Remember: Parking enforcement resumed July 6.
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Inequality and family

Listen to The Media School's podcast "On Topic with IU" with IU sociologist Jessica Calarco, who researches the impact of social inequalities on families, children and schools, about what we might see when K-12 school is back in session.
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Names under review

A six-member committee is evaluating the naming of several spaces on the Bloomington campus, including Jordan Hall, Jordan Avenue and the Jordan River.
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Sound history

They're possibly the world's oldest stereo recordings, and they're preserved here at IU. Held in the Archives of Traditional Music, the recordings were recently digitized by the IU Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative.
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Pandemic stress

"We're seeing a lot of drinking and fighting in intimate-partner relationships." Take a look at what two Bloomington professors have learned about how sheltering at home affects relationships.
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Around IU

In this week's news roundup: For health and safety reasons, staff recreational sports facility memberships are being suspended, a weekly panel discussion confronts racism, the Hoosier 2 Hoosier sale has been canceled and more.
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