By: MABEL MYERS Staff Writer Last Thursday Oct. 3, the South Bend Medical Foundation came to campus in their mobile blood bank. This is one of multiple blood drives that the Foundation puts on throughout the school year. The mobile blood bank travels around to campuses and locations around the community. Kari Frame, the Health
BY:EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer email@example.com One Way Ministry is one opportunity for students looking to enrich and share their faith with others on campus. One Way campus ministry was created by Joseph Conrad, who organizes speakers and keeps One Way operating at IU South Bend. Conrad created One Way with the help of friends and
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org After being invited to a gallery visit, Laura Cutler, painting and drawing professor, took the class to the Lubeznik Center for the Arts to attend a talk on the Chicago Imagists, their predecessors and those who took inspiration from them. “The reason I decided to approach Painting 1 and
By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer email@example.com I began attending IU South Bend in the fall of 2016 after graduating from Clay High School of South Bend. I am currently majoring in Mass Communication with a focus in Journalism. After gaining experience in radio in television through courses while attending high school, I decided that I
By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer On Thursday Oct. 3, the Black Student Union of IU South Bend welcomed new students and attendees with a cookout event on Green Lawn. Hosted from 5-8 p.m., the event offered music, games, food and a chance to meet the members of the Black Student Union (BSU) and Divine Nine.
By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org On Monday, Sept. 30 in the Humphrey’s room of the St. Joseph County Public Library (SJCPL), residents of South Bend gathered to meet the candidates for Mayor, Common Council, and the representatives for each district. This event was made possible by a combined effort from IU South Bend’s American
By: HOPE FOWLER Staff Writer email@example.com Last Tuesday, October 1, Sean Haas (R) and James Mueller (D), two fierce candidates for mayor, faced off at IU South Bend Wiekamp Hall for a constructive debate led by the community. Dr. Elizabeth Bennion, leader of the IU South Bend American Democracy Project, monitored the debate. Questions for
By: Ashley Cox The IUSB women’s soccer team will no longer be competing for the rest of their fall season. As of right now the soccer team is still a team at IUSB, they will start their next season in fall 2020.”I think it is better for us in the end and it will make