Reigning Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) champions IU South Bend Titans are picking up right where they left off, starting this season 6-0. The Titans went 2-0 last week, beating the Bethel University Pilots on Nov. 15 with a score of 88-65 and the University of Michigan-Dearborn Wolverines on Nov. 11 with a score of 98-50.
IU South Bend recently welcomed a new club on campus: Titans On-the-Go.
This fall semester at IU South Bend, the Raclin School of the Arts fall Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFA) exhibition is a solo show! Perhaps due to a decline in enrollment during Covid-19, the BFA class of Dec. 2023 – which usually comprises at least half a dozen students – totals just one artist: Tamaine Derrickson.
On April 18, WGA members voted near-unanimously to go on strike – stop their screen-writing work – if a satisfactory deal with the AMPTP was not made by May 1. After lengthy negotiations and no agreement, the WGA saw its first unanimous strike vote in 15 years, with writers raising concerns about fair treatment and pay by their employers in the age of television streaming as well as job security in the age of AI.
Fall sports season is officially over at IU South Bend, and with winter sports getting into full swing, it is important to remember that our athletes are people too. The month of November is Men’s Health Awareness Month, which is a reminder to prioritize both physical and mental health. It’s also important for men to realize how their physical health and mental health may be intertwined.
Welcome back to another week of Sip & Study! This week I spent time in Elkhart visiting Steelyard Coffee Co.
On Nov. 14, the yearly Knitting for Peace event, a part of International Education Week, took place on the fifth floor of Franklin D. Schurz Library. Fruit, naan bread and cookies were offered as refreshments.
On Nov. 9, The Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley hosted an event called “Insight and Analysis on Israel’s War with Hamas”. The event was held over Zoom and was hosted by Bob Feferman, who started off the event by thanking the sponsors: Jewish Federation of Fort Wayne, Jewish Federation of Northern Indiana and Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley.
Are you an artist looking for community connections? Maybe you are interested in constructive criticism for your art. If either of these things are true, Artist Critique Nights at LangLab are just for you.
Studying abroad in college has many benefits. Not only are the trips lower in cost than they would be if taken individually, but studying abroad allows students to travel in a group with a planned itinerary. All students need to do is pay for the trip and attend classes.