Tag: Jay Vanderveen

200 years before campus: Jay Vanderveen provides insight on South Bend’s history

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief  What used to be grandstands, might not look like much. Just south of the Community Building, the history of South Bend is nothing less than expansive. Dr. Jay VanderVeen, professor of archeology and anthropology, was asked this year to speak at the History Museum’s Insights on History. Due to the pandemic,

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Celebrating 200 years of Indiana University

By Cassidy Martenson  Intern  Indiana University celebrated its 200th year with a bicentennial celebration and historic marker tour On Sept. 17. Guests were able to tour IU South Bend and view various new historic markers while learning more about their significance. To close out the celebration, four faculty members were awarded bicentennial medals for their

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Campus hosts NEA Big Read series

By: C.A. PRINTUP @DontWriteDown Staff Writer IU South Bend is hosting the NEA (National Endowment for the Arts) Big Read for the month of March. According to Arts.gov website, “The NEA Big Read exposes people to new genres and ideas and challenges their current tastes in literature….Showcasing a diverse range of contemporary titles that reflect

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