Tag: College of Health Sciences

Campus tampon absence seen as potential violation of Title IX

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer Having access to crucial menstrual supplies on campus is a Title IX right that is being violated in many of our campus facilities, according to some. Some of the buildings on IU South Bend’s campus have no menstrual supply dispensers installed, while others installed sit empty. In some situations, the

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Vera Z. Dwyer Hall Named, Tailgate Planned

By: ASHLEY COX staff writer Look around and you’ll notice some things have changed around campus. The former Riverside Hall is now named Vera Z. Dwyer Hall, in honor of the $8.75 million donated to the school since 2014 from the Dwyer Charitable Trust. Dwyer Hall now houses both the Health and Wellness Center with

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Former Riverside Hall will be home to new campus health clinic in August 2017

By: KENDALL ASBELL Staff Writer asbellkendall@gmail.com IU South Bend is getting an abundance of new additions to its health sciences department thanks to the largest single donation ever bequeathed to the school. The Vera Z. Dwyer Charitable Trust donated a whopping $5.8 million to be used for the College of Health Sciences at IUSB and

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What’s really trending now is our health, but are IUSB students on notice?

By: KENDALL ASBELL asbellkendall@gmail.com In seventh grade I was like most middle-schoolers, I wanted to be ‘cool’ and popular. I wore sketchers shoes, bell-bottom pants (it was 1999), and loosened my backpack straps so the bottom of my bag sagged. Conforming to modern fashion trends and styles signaled to other students that I was “in

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College of Health Sciences continues to roll out new offerings for all students

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer clark66@umail.iu.edu Of all the changes in Northside, one might not have realized that an entire department has made quite a bit of ground in the last year: The College of Health Sciences. The school, which was established in 2015, continues to grow with new offerings for students of every major.

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