Titans get first victory against Georgetown

PHOTO/Casey McDonald


Editor In Chief


The beginning of the season for the IU South Bend baseball team was a rough one, quickly going 0-6 against IU Kokomo and Taylor University. But for their third series of the season, they traveled to Georgetown, Kentucky, in hopes of getting their first victory.

A two day double header combined for a four game series on the road as the Titans took game four on Sunday for their first win.

Read more…

Professor and Malcolm X’s daughter enlightens IU South Bend crowd

IUSB Civil Rights Heritage Center Director Dr. Darryl Heller accompanying Llyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X. PHOTO/Joselyn Ellington


Staff Writer

The presence of Llyasah Shabazz, daughter of the legendary freedom fighter Malcolm X, enlightened the audience in the Yatish Joshi Performance Hall on Feb. 23. Shabazz had a humorous personality that ignited laughter all evening, and the audience went home with a meaningful message.

Shabazz, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, is the author of several award-winning publications, including “Growing up X” and “Malcolm Little,” an illustration book. She won the 2016 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Award and the Library Association’s Coretta Scott King Book Award for Promoting Higher Education.

Read more…

Library elevators working sporadically after water damage

The north elevator in the library is working occasion because of water damage from heavy rainfall. However, staff still recommends that students take the stairs to get to the upper floors.
Photo/Kate Luce




The heavy rainfall that closed campus, caused River Crossing to be evacuated, and campus-wide damage might too be the cause of the Frank D. Schurz’s Library’s elevator damage that has become an issue over the past week.

The north elevator had been having issues well before the rain started, but after the storm hit, issues water ruined the electronic units of the south elevator.

The elavators are letting students off on the right floor occasionally, but once they are called down, they are stuck on the same floor. Ultimately, this forces students, staff and faculty to use the stairs to get to their floor.

Read more…