Contentious Senate and House bills sweep the U.S.

Following the 2022 Midterm election, the previously democratically led Congress experienced a flip in the House of Representatives as a Republican majority won the election. While the U.S. Senate held a Democratic majority, the House of Representatives saw a shift in the majority party, which instituted a split in congressional majority. This is historically known to create limitations on how many bills are passed at state and national levels, as well as what types of bills are written and brought to the senate floor. 


Campus talks about school shootings

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer   The national attention has been fixed on guns in schools since the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in February, in Parkland, Florida. That conversation is happening at IU South Bend as well, prompting multiple responses and actions lately on campus. “IU South Bend is a safe campus,” said […]