By HENRY FREESE Staff writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend Political Science Club and the American Democracy Project will host the second annual Democracy Plaza! Constitution Day celebration on campus on Monday, September 17. The second annual Democracy Plaza! Constitution Day celebration will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor email@example.com It may not seem like it, but there has been one positive change with Donald Trump being elected President. With each passing day, more and more people are paying attention to how the Trump administration has attempted to govern. The effect can be seen on social media and through
By: JIM IRIZARRY Staff Writer/Copy Editor firstname.lastname@example.org The polls in the presidential race and several Indiana state races have never been closer. This means the ability to vote has never been more important. IUSB’s American Democracy Project (ADP) wants to help. If you missed your chance to register to vote on campus last week during
Syrian-American activists speak about the humanitarian situation in their war-torn country. By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer What started out as a mostly peaceful uprising against the Bashar Al-Assad Regime in Syria in 2011 has since turned into a violent civil war leading to a death toll reaching past 100,000 and over 2 million displaced citizens
DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer The American Democracy Project (ADP) at IU South Bend is sponsoring two days of service in honor of Cesar Chavez day. On March 28 and 29, volunteers are needed to read and present to children in public schools as part of a diversity reading program. Volunteers are also needed to work
By MANDI STEFFEY Staff Writer The IU South Bend American Democracy Project’s weekly show on WNIT, “Politically Speaking,” invited ten students on air last Sunday, Feb. 10, to talk about local and national political issues. Elizabeth Bennion, an IUSB political science professor and host of “Politically Speaking,” asked students their opinions on topics ranging from
By Nick Wort Staff Writer IU South Bend’s Political Science Club and the American Democracy Project partnered to bring the president’s State of the Union address to the Student Housing Community Building on Tuesday, Feb. 12. The event was created by the two clubs as a way to inform students about current politics and how