By Christine Giver Staff Writer Racism is one of the oldest problems still plaguing this country. There is no denying that we still have a way to go to eradicate it, but the Black Student Union (BSU) is certainly doing its part on campus to promote progress and inclusion. President E-Lexus Thornton spoke about BSU’s
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By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in chief firstname.lastname@example.org IU South Bend’s Black Student Union (BSU) usually meets on Wednesdays. But last Wednesday, the day the world woke up to the reality of a President Elect Donald Trump, the usual wasn’t going to be good enough. “At first, I wanted to cancel the meeting,” BSU President Caderia
By: ALICIA FLORES Staff Writer email@example.com Recent political events have caused some Muslim students at IU South Bend to feel unsafe in the community. One particular student has decided to change this by starting an organization to bring students together to feel a sense of security. This fall, senior Nargiza Amirova started the Muslim Student
By: ALICIA FLORES Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The Black Student Union (BSU) will host its annual Apollo Night from 7 to 9 p.m. March 3 in the University Grill. The event is open to anyone who wishes to attend, and food and drinks will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third
By: IZZA JATALAStaff Writer All is quiet as Jesse Camper, freshman at IU South Bend, walks to the front of the room ready to audition his talent as a spoken word artist for Apollo Night, the upcoming Black Student Union (BSU) and Titan Productions event. The silence breaks when he begins energetically spitting out
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.