By MANDI STEFFEY Staff Writer Topics on immigration are undoubtedly a hot-button issue in the United States today. People from all corners of the country are passionate about many issues within immigration. One of the closest-hitting aspects of the immigration issue has affected students on the IU South Bend campus. This issue is House Bill
A brief view into requirements to finish your degree By CECELIA ROEDER Design Editor Attention all IU South Bend students looking to wrap up their time here within the next semester or two: College graduation is not like high school graduation. Graduation is more than just completing the final classes on that sheet of paper
Campus and community members protest violence and sexual assault through dance By SARAH E. WARD Staff Writer Valentine’s Day paints a pretty picture of red roses and heart-shaped chocolate boxes on a day spent cuddled up with significant others. Some IU South Bend students and faculty wanted to spend this Feb. 14 sending a
By Nick Wort Staff Writer At any university, students are bound to find professors that are both very interesting and very boring. Matthew Costello, a professor at IUSB, is not one of the boring ones. Costello teaches psychology and does research on the effects of aging on memory, seeing and thinking. He focuses on developmental
“Rarely use venery but for health or offspring, never to dullness, weakness, or the injury of your own or another’s peace or reputation.” By JOHN BALDWIN Guest Columnist Our desire for sex, like hunger and thirst, allows human survival, and as Bertrand Russell remarked, is “enormously enhanced by abstinence, and temporarily allayed by satisfaction.” But
Communications Lecturer Alec Hosterman chosen by White House to attend live State of the Union social media event By TAYLOR PAIGE NEFF Staff Writer What does it take to get noticed by the White House administration? Well if you’re Alec Hosterman and you teach a political communications course at IU South Bend, then it’s hard
By BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer This February, celebrate Black History Month by performing in or attending a talent competition. Jasmine Allen, president of the Black Student Union, sent information about the event. The IUSB Black Student Union, IUSB SGA, and St. Mary’s College Sisters of Nefertiti are hosting Apollo Night on February 13 at 7:00.
By CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Are they opposing forces? Do they need to be? Lately, I’ve been finding more and more content locally and online about how “religious people need science.” Likewise, I’ve seen things in the past that state that science is an affront to religion. I started a little Facebook conversation about it and