U.S. Senator Mike Braun (R-Ind.) paid a visit to Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind., last week. On Thursday, the Warsaw, Ind., Times-Union reported on the stop. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
U.S. Sen. Braun Makes Stop At Grace College
U.S. Sen. Mike Braun (R) would like to see the federal government operate more like how the state of Indiana runs.
With the U.S. Senate on a recess week, Braun visited Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake Wednesday and provided a few minutes afterward for some questions from local media.
COVID & Education
“When I’m in a recess week, I travel the state. I visit tons of schools, in this case high schools and colleges, because to me, education is that important. We’re all going through the challenge of how we navigate through this unique challenge of COVID,” Braun said.
He was “very impressed” with how Grace College was dealing with the pandemic because it was taking a “pro-active approach of teaching in the classroom, but respecting the disease and following the guidelines.”
Braun said businesses have shown him they can do that as well. “I think that’s the way you get through this to where the disease itself doesn’t dominate our lives in general. And I think that approach of doing two things at once, and Hoosiers are capable of doing it, and all I can tell you is that traveling across the state, I’m seeing it play out. And Grace College would be a good example of it.”
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