Blood transfusions, given with blood from donors – 40% of which gave blood through the Red Cross – save lives. In fact, according to giveblood.org, someone needs blood every two seconds. The American Red Cross Club at IU South Bend allows our community members to participate in helping those people, which is an important opportunity.
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O-R-E-O Ooooooreo! Much like the cookie, everyone who meets Oreo instantly falls in love. Oreo is a 10.5-year-old boy who was surrendered to the Humane Society when he began having litter box issues.
Join us over the next five days to try out your own gratitude journal. Each day has a new prompt to spark your creativity and help you remember who you are and all that you can be.
As the leaves fall from the trees, finals season approaches and students start to look forward to
the holiday season. However, many often forget an annual, important necessity for college
students: FAFSA applications.
Beginning this December, IU employees considered 50% full-time equivalent (FTE) or greater will be provided with two additional paid holidays.
On Nov. 8, the American Democracy Project of IU South Bend hosted their annual Party at the Polls event. This event encouraged students and staff to come together in celebration of Election day before going to the polls to vote together.
You might not have known that IU South Bend is sixth in the nation among small public universities for our student veteran services. For Veterans’ Day this year, Titan Vets hosted a military-focused event every day of the week, which culminated in the Veterans’ Day ceremony and luncheon on Nov. 11. The group also hoped to hold a RED (Remember Everyone Deployed) 5K Run/Walk, which was pushed to a later date.
If you’ve been around IU South Bend athletics within the last five years, you’ve probably heard of the name Dylan Allen. Allen was a member of the men’s basketball team from 2018 to 2022 and was a Spring 2022 graduate.