In 2023, the Indiana state legislature has seen and passed a variety of bills, some of which have been a topic of frequent debate. Many of these echo similar legislation arising around the country this year.
In Perspective is an ongoing series into the low graduation rates of students from IUSB, enrollment numbers and what the school is doing about the issues. By: NEIL KING Staff Writer Only about one out of every four IU South Bend students will graduate. That statistic comes from a report being used in Assistant Professor
By: CECELIA ROEDER Design Editor Gay marriage and related legislature have dominated the headlines recently, with judges in Utah and Oklahoma recently striking down laws prohibiting same-sex marriages. In Virginia, the state attorney general recently dropped support for the current ban on same-sex marriage, saying “I cannot and will not defend a law that violates
By SARAH E. WARD Staff Writer It seems lately school shootings are becoming a regular story for media outlets, and the lingering question still remains: How can it be prevented? A new bill has been introduced in the Indiana General Assembly by Republican Senator Jim Banks which would allow students, faculty and staff to carry