By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The University System of Georgia posted a press release on March 28 announcing that Jann Joseph was their sole finalist for Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) Presidency. “The opportunity to lead GGC would be a dream come true,” Joseph is quoted in the release. “The path of my career in higher
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By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer As far as Interim Chancellor Jann Joseph is concerned, her job is exactly the same as if she were the permanent Chancellor. “I don’t see my job as an Interim as being any different from how I would do it if I were in the permanent position,” Joseph said.
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer The Academic Senate meeting that began this past Friday with a moment of silence for colleagues who had recently passed quickly digressed into a debate over issues that many in the monthly meeting thought had been settled quite some time ago. In an effort to meet the Fall 2020
By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer A building once known for division has defined its role. On Tuesday, Oct. 16, an event celebrating IU South Bend’s Civil Rights Heritage Center (CRHC) becoming a historic landmark took place featuring remarks from major influences in the city including South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and IU South Bend Interim
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer On Friday, Sept. 21, at the first Academic Senate meeting of the year, April Lidinsky, head of the Women and Gender Studies program at IU South Bend, shared a report on the progress that was being made in re-establishing a child development center on campus. A task force had
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer Raman Adaikkalavan, department chair in Computer Science and Informatics within the IU South Bend College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and new President of the Academic Senate, began the first meeting of this austere group promptly at 10 a.m. on Friday and quickly embarked on a well-defined agenda for