Tag: criminal justice

The dangers of assumption: “Female sex offenders: (Mis)representations and realities”

By: Cassidy Martenson Staff Writer *TRIGGER WARNING: SEXUAL ASSAULT*  The Women’s and Gender Studies department hosted the public forum event “Female sex offenders: (Mis)representations and realities” on March 5. The forum was led by Stacie Merken, assistant professor in the department of Criminal Justice, and examined the dangerous reality of female sex offenders.   The forum

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Meet the staff: Alyssa Foster

By: Alyssa Foster My name is Alyssa Foster, and I am most likely an unfamiliar face to most here at IUSB. While I am a sophomore, this is my first year attending college in Indiana. I am originally from LaPorte, but I traveled to St. Charles, Missouri for my freshman year of college at Lindenwood

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Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair

BY: Meagan Kowalik Staff Writer mkowalik@umail.iu.edu Are you looking for internship opportunities or career options? The Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair is here and ready to help students explore options and career opportunities. The Criminal Justice Career and Internship Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 6 in the

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