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THE RUNDOWN
Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Happy Wednesday, Greyhounds.

We're in the in the home stretch, only two weeks until Thanksgiving 🦃 and then right into finals week! Take some time to step away from all of the final exams, projects and papers to check out some of the stories below. 

- Giselle Valentin | Distribution Manager

Our top stories this week:

No winner of presidency declared yet

The votes in the presidential race between Republican Candidate, and incumbent, President Donald Trump and Democratic Candidate Joe Biden are still being counted, with no winner declared by the Associated Press as of 11 a.m Nov. 4.

Biden has 238 electoral votes compared to Trump's 213, with neither candidate having crossed the threshold of 270 to win the presidency, according to the AP.

Trump did win the state of Indiana and currently has 1,023,726 votes as of 11 a.m. Nov. 4, according to the Indiana Secretary of State's office.

Check out the latest results

Eric Holcomb re-elected as Indiana governor

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has been re-elected as governor, according to a 7 p.m. race call from the AP on Nov. 3.

As of 11 a.m. Nov. 4, Holcomb has 947,006 votes, according to the Indiana Secretary of State's office.
 

Check out the results

Todd Rokita wins Indiana attorney general race

Republican Todd Rokita has won the Indiana attorney general race, defeating Democratic candidate Jonathan Weinzapfel, according to the AP.

As of 11 a.m. Nov. 4, Rokita has 983,274 votes, according to the Indiana Secretary of State's office.

Check out the results

UIndy Swimmer qualifies for Olympic trials

At an outdoor pool on the morning of Aug. 9, without a ceiling to follow or competitors to amp him up, University of Indianapolis freshman swimmer Landon Driggers performed the backstroke, among other events, at the Olympic trials.

The Arizona native soon became the first U.S. swimmer at UIndy to qualify ever, according to UIndy Athletics.

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OPINION: Staying engaged while learning remotely
By Kassandra Darnell | Staff Writer 

Adjusting to a mostly online semester is difficult. Not having to get up and go to an in-person class every day can make acting like classes do not exist far too easy. And when I’m in a Zoom lecture, the urge to get on my phone and not pay attention during the class is sometimes overwhelming.

Despite all the distractions and adjustments, remaining engaged while attending online classes is important. 

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How the Music Department is handling COVID-19 regulations

Music students voiced that their talents give a sense of belonging, along with an escape from the events concerning the COVID-19 pandemic according to senior music major Luis Rivera.

Despite the pandemic, they are still preparing for this semester’s unwanted occurrences. 

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