If you are a computer science major at IU South Bend, your leaders are women from the ground up. All-IU President Pamela Whitten leads your system, Chancellor Susan Elrod leads your campus, Dean Brenda Philipps leads your college, and your program – computer and information sciences – is chaired by Dr. Dana Vrajitoru.
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Last week, the Indiana House passed House Bill 1608, their version of Florida’s “Don’t say Gay”’ bill that censors LGBTQ+ students from conversations about being queer and also forcibly “outs” transgender students. The bill has not yet passed the Indiana Senate or been signed into law.
Dr. Grace Muna is an associate professor of chemistry here at IU South Bend. Her research focus is in analytical chemistry.
March was designated as Women’s History Month by the National Women’s History Project in 1987. According to a Pew Research Center analysis of government data, it was found that women now account for more than half of the college-educated labor force in the United States.
Did you know that 87 percent of the artwork in museums across the United States has been created by men? This may come as a shock to some. Surely, we have made more progress in equality between men and women in the arts. However, any progress that has been made has been fairly recent.
Women’s History Month exists to recognize women and the contributions they’ve made in the world, and LGBTQ women are no exception to this. The LGBTQ community has a strong history that’s being built upon each day. Lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual and so much more are under the umbrella of LGBTQ history, and women have had prominent roles in pushing for the future.
IU South Bend students and community members took a bone-chilling leap on Feb. 25 during the annual Polar Plunge, a fundraiser promoted each year by the Student Government Association and other campus groups. The event, held at Four Winds Field, included participants ranging in age, ability and occupation.
Not your traditional food pantry, Food Not Bombs is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers who recover vegan and vegetarian items and create meals for free. Volunteer in their weekly
services on Saturday nights from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the new Winter Amnesty building in
downtown South Bend.