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News for faculty and staff   |  Oct. 27, 2020

Spine-shivering campus tales

Learn some of the creepier legends lurking around campus, courtesy of IU Archives. Plus, enter to win your own copy of "No Place Like Murder" from IU Press.

Get in touch with IU spirits
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Flu vs. COVID-19

Flu symptoms are indistinguishable from COVID-19. An IU doctor says that makes getting flu shots more important than ever this year. Get the details here.

Spooky carvings

Put an IU twist on Halloween with our themed pumpkin-carving stencil. Several options are available to download, including a couple with iconic campus landmarks.
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Trick-or-treat tips

Wearing masks -- cloth, not costume -- social distancing and low-contact candy pickups can help keep your celebrations safe and fun.
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Election anxiety

Lean on your support system, do something that makes you happy and log off social media. As Election Day approaches, our expert shares what can help when you're feeling overwhelmed.
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Blue-light special

IU research shows reducing exposure to blue light from phones or computers via blue-light-filtering glasses can prevent disruption of the circadian cycle, improving sleep and work productivity.
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Around IU

Get your Halloween treats on with help from IU Catering, and catch more quick updates on flu shot clinics, the Winter Bike Challenge and more in this week's news roundup.

Events and Lectures

Dennis James Hosts Halloween

Virtual, 8 p.m.  |  Oct. 27, 2020
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