Tag: Graduation

Increasing student graduations

BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92     This fall a new initiative, the Brother-to-Brother Speaker Series, begins with their first event Sept. 12 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the SAC room 225. This Speaker Series is being spear headed by Michelle Rosemond, the executive director of Retention and Student Success, a newly created

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SGA president gives advice to struggling students

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President Well, here we are. By the time you read this article, we should be well into week four of our semester here at IU South Bend. This is when things start to get really real, especially for our first-year students just coming out of high school this past spring. Your

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Caps, gowns and more: What seniors need to know for spring commencement

By: ASHLEY KATLUN Staff Writer         Graduation may seem far away for most IUSB students, but for graduating seniors the 2014 commencement ceremony is just around the corner, which means it is time to order caps and gowns. One misconception students have about cap and gown rental is that they don’t need to order through

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Spring graduation application deadline has passed

Seniors – did you fill yours out on time? By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer      When students come to their final semesters at IU South Bend, they must keep track of when they are expected to graduate. In order for students to get their degrees, they must first fill out the graduation application. Typically,

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The road to graduation is not a walk in the park

A brief view into requirements to finish your degree By CECELIA ROEDER Design Editor Attention all IU South Bend students looking to wrap up their time here within the next semester or two: College graduation is not like high school graduation. Graduation is more than just completing the final classes on that sheet of paper

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