Celebrating an increase in their ranks for the 2022-2023 academic year, the Honors Program hosted their annual welcome event with games, scavenger hunts, dinner and information for new members on Sept. 1 from 7-9 p.m.
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By: Alyssa Foster Co-Editor The IU South Bend Honors Program hosted an all-day service project on April 19 that allowed students to help the Food Bank of Northern Indiana prepare for their upcoming Stamp Out Hunger event. The event took place in the Honors Lounge, where students could stop by at any time to help.
By: Mira Costello Co-Editor Do you want to be more active in those clubs you signed up for during Welcome Week? Do you have a packed schedule, but still want to support your campus organizations? Do you just want more Instagram followers? If your answer to any of those questions is “yes,” look no further
By: Mira Costello Staff-writer Finals season might be ruff, but the Honors Program found the paw-fect way to help students destress and unwind. From 12 to 4 p.m. on Dec. 2, three certified therapy dogs visited and played with students and faculty in the Honors Lounge. Ruthie and Goliath, from Therapy Dogs International and Alliance
By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The IU South Bend Honors Program is currently hosting a donation book drive for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The book drive is being held to provide books to the Success Academy School Library. The idea originally stemmed from a collaboration between the Honors Program and the National Honors Society
By: Cassidy Martenson Staff-Writer The Honors Program at celebrated Greek Independence Day with a sweet treat on Thursday. Students joined Dr. Neovi Karakatsanis, honors program director, virtually to make baklava in their own homes and learn about Greek history. The idea was originally for a just cooking demonstration led by Dr. Karakatsanis. The idea then
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The IU South Bend Honors Program has teamed up with Malawi Matters to make reusable pads for young girls living in Malawi, Africa. This “Party with a Purpose” will provide almost 200 sanitary napkins. This is a two-part event. Students first met on Zoom to cut out fabric for the
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Michelle Tellèz will highlight intersections of research of activism and the U.S.-Mexico border at this year’s Gloria Kaufman Lecture Series. Due to COVID-19, this year’s lecture will be hosted through Zoom for the first time. Telléz’s work centers around transnational community formation, Chicana mothering and gendered migration. She is a