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THE RUNDOWN
Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Happy Wednesday, Greyhounds!

In this latest edition of The Rundown, we take a look back on our coverage of the semester so far. But before we do that, today is the first day all Hoosiers 16 and up can sign-up and receive a COVID-19 vaccine for free.

All college students, including out-of-state and international students, are eligible for the vaccine, according to an email from University President Robert Manuel. When signing up, students can use their UIndy address and should bring their UIndy ID.

To schedule a vaccine, you can go to ourshot.in.gov or call 211 to book an appointment. 

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- Noah Crenshaw | Editor-in-Chief
The semester so far:

State of UIndy 2021: President Manuel 'very optimistic' about university's future 

FROM MARCH: From enrollment being affected by COVID-19 to how May commencement is expected to look, President Rob Manuel and other UIndy officials cover the future of UIndy going forward into 2021. 

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UIndy under Phase 2 of re-engagement plan


FROM MARCH: The University of Indianapolis formally moved to Phase 2 of the UIndy Road to Re-engagement plan on March 5, two days after University President Robert Manuel announced the decision in an email to students, faculty and staff. 
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Multiple Schools Records Fall as UIndy Track and Field's Ben Nagel has Historic Weekend 


FROM MARCH: University of Indianapolis junior Track and Field mid-distance runner Ben Nagel is racking up the accolades and breaking records in his 2021 spring season.
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Students adapt to pandemic adversity

FROM FEBRUARY: As the COVID-19 pandemic has upended many aspects of daily life, people may have found themselves out of a traditional job and facing unemployment. But with the job market looking bleak, sometimes creative solutions had to be found to make ends meet.

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How the Department of Theatre continues to be active amid COVID-19 regulations

FROM FEBRUARY: In the past, the University of Indianapolis Department of Theatre was able to put on big productions filled with huge audiences. Now, they have changed directions when trying to figure out how to navigate through COVID-19 while still being able to hold virtual productions

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FROM MARCH: A year prior for the women’s tennis team, they made their ITA Division II Indoor Team Championship debut. However, they did not walk away with any hardware, but the script was flipped this year as they came in as the No. 4 team in the nation, and became ITA DII Indoor Team National Champions.

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ICYMI: Our latest issue

Our newest edition features the state of the university, Gamers Club, UIndy alumni, women's tennis and more. 

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