Bias incident reporting is a valuable service Indiana University provides for all students, faculty and staff. The goal of this service is to create a welcoming environment that encourages inclusivity and respect, allowing everyone to perform to their full potential.
IU South Bend’s student news, The Preface, is now being presented as a podcast.
Congratulations, seniors, you are moving up in this world! While the semester is coming to a close and thoughts of graduation and future aspirations cloud your mind, one important thing you may not have thought about is saving your information on your IU Google Drive to a safer location.
Have you ever faced food scarcity? Are you currently facing food scarcity in college? Then you’re in luck: IU South Bend has an accessible food pantry called Titans Feeding Titans, which provides immediate relief to students that suffer from food insecurity.
While it has not been officially published by the university, IU South Bend’s 2023 Commencement is currently scheduled to take place on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, at 10 a.m. at the Joyce Center on the University of Notre Dame campus.
As a community campus, we are fortunate to welcome students of all ages, backgrounds and life experiences. With a dedicated holiday on Nov. 11, one group in our diverse student body deserves a little extra appreciation this week: our student veterans.
Whether they’re a seasoned master of Magic: The Gathering or just like to pick up a game of Uno with some friends, everyone can agree on tried-and-true Halloween fun. Welcoming the community to come in costume and enjoy candy, board games and good company, IU South Bend’s Gamers’ Guild held their annual Halloween party on Nov. 2 from 6-9 p.m. in SAC 225.
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, so this issue, read on for an older and wiser pet that is looking for a loving owner.