If you live in or near South Bend, there are a variety of free resources you can take advantage of if you need support, ranging from concrete provisions like food and shelter to fulfillment needs like community and advocacy. If you don’t need these resources right now and instead are in a place to give back, consider volunteering your time in the holiday spirit of gratitude and generosity.
On Oct. 18, new club Diversity in Disability hosted a disability immersion event, “Walk in My Shoes.” Attendees were able to experience visual impairments through glasses, hear different kinds of tinnitus, experience simulated test-taking anxiety and hear from wheelchair users.
On Nov. 28 and 29 from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., the third annual Into the Closet Clothing Giveaway located in Fireside A and B will be held.
As fall sports come to an end and winter sports are about to get into the full swing of things, no better time exists for a fall roundup.
Welcome back to another week of Sip & Study and another adventure to local coffee shops in the surrounding area. Recently, I drove to Plymouth to visit a shop I have never been to before.
The “Saw” franchise has been popular for many years. Even when we think the end is in sight, we have to second-guess ourselves. Today I will be reviewing the movie that may end it all or begin something new.
Sufjan Stevens has always been one of my favorite songwriters for a long time. I love the way he uses imagery in his songs and the way he tells stories through his songs.
The Israel-Palestine conflict has been a crisis for several decades now. From Israel declaring independence in 1948, to the Suez crisis of 1956 and on, there is a long line of history between Israelis and Palestinians that have inhabited the land. As new developments emerge, it is easy for misinformation or misrepresentations of ethnic groups to slip into the media, creating confusion and false information. This article is here to provide facts about Israel and Palestine and help you make sense of different news coverage you might see.
Across the country, there has been a movement towards more adaptive sports programs. Here in South Bend, you may not have known that we have our own adaptive team: the River City Rollers. The Rollers are a wheelchair basketball team based out of South Bend open for anyone to join. They get together on Thursdays and Sundays at the SAC here at IU South Bend.
Recently, the Student Government Association (SGA) met to discuss funding requests and reports.