The gaffe capped an embarrassing opening game for the Hoosiers.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett's decision marks the first time the nation's highest court has weighed in on the legality of such requirements.
The eight students claim the school's requirement violates their constitutional rights and the state's law against so-called vaccine passports.
One man was the beloved owner of a Louisville barbecue restaurant who provided free meals to officers. Another was known as “Mr. Indianapolis,” a former star football player.
The provost detailed the professor’s discriminatory views, but said letting him go would violate First Amendment rights.
Temple University in Philadelphia had been dealing with a similar outbreak that sickened more than 100 people.
"It's all in your head" is a common refrain.
Wishing rape on anyone -- even a serial sexual abuser -- is unacceptable.
Public health experts broadly welcomed the proposed measures.
There are at least 29 fundraising profiles on the site that specifically reference the Oct. 1 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
Two recent grads started #BlackAndHooded to show that black people do go to grad school.
The university's athletic director hopes other Big Ten schools will follow suit.
Friday news is the best news. 1. Canada ruled to uphold net neutrality. This is very good news and will protect the internet
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