Tag: Bridget Johnson

Diversity in Film series addresses German immigration

By: BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer Is being born in Germany enough to make a person German? The Diversity in Film series at IUSB is exploring German identification and immigration struggles. The Civil Rights Heritage Center and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are sponsoring the events. On Jan. 27, they kicked off the series of

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New cabaret club aims to give us the old razzle dazzle

By: BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer The New Follies Cabaret Club, a newly-organized group on campus, wants to give South Bend a taste of classic vaudeville. IU South Bend students interested in performing acts inspired by the 1920s recently met. Right now, the club mostly consists of IUSB theater students who plan on including community members

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African American Landmark Tour brings South Bend history to life

By: BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer The Civil Rights Heritage Center offers a tour of local African American landmarks in South Bend. Tour stops include eighteen locations that are important to South Bend’s civil rights history. Beginning at the Natatorium, guests can pick up a pamphlet and tour map. The Natatorium itself is a civil rights

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Sushi and mochi demonstration brings Japanese culture to campus

By BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer On Wednesday, Oct, 23, Yoshiko Green, Japanese language professor, gave students a lesson in rolling sushi. The sushi demonstration happens once a year with the help of Japanese Club students and friends of Green. This year, students were also taught to make mochi, sticky rice that is smashed with wooden

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Keep South Bend beautiful: Street art vs. graffiti

  By BRIDGET JOHNSON   Staff Writer   We all know that “art” is a relative term, but what about street art? It is far more controversial than anything done on a personal canvas. Our city officials say that they support art. What I think they mean is that they support covering trees downtown with

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Showtime at IUSB Apollo Night

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. 

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