By CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief email@example.com Debate plans have stalled for two opponents in the upcoming midterm elections for residents of Indiana’s second congressional district, which includes South Bend and Elkhart. The day following Democratic candidate Mel Hall’s primary election win on May 8, Elizabeth Bennion contacted Hall and incumbent Congresswoman Jackie Walorski’s
By NICK WORT Staff Writer IU South Bend’s weekly Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Friday, April 4, was the scene of a large debate over how funds can be distributed to clubs. Specifically, clubs who want to use this money to fund off-campus events. “In October of 2013, the Criminal Justice Association requested funding
By GEOFF LESAR Staff Writer With negotiations still underway, a deal has yet to be reached in IU South Bend’s proposed acquisition of the former Club Landing property located southwest of campus at 1717 Lincolnway East. According to the St. Joseph County Assessor’s records, the riverfront property is currently valued at an estimated $394,100. The
Feeling a little stressed? Hang out with some furry friends on campus for a few hours at an upcoming relaxation event. Certified therapy dogs will be in the Student Activities Center from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 8, and Wednesday, April 9. Students will be able to unwind and socialize with the dogs for
By: IZZA JATALA Staff writer When universities struggle with budgetary issues, the services they offer to students can become directly affected. The Child Development Center (CDC) at IU South Bend has been around since the 1960s but is now faced with the request to be outsourced or risk its doors being closed for good. Mary
By: SARAH E. WARD Staff Writer The Office of Student Conduct at IU South Bend, formerly called the Office of Judicial Affairs, is undergoing a few changes this year. While the office will still uphold Indiana University’s Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct, they are also trying to expand their student programs and services.
Campus Receives $1 Million Gift from Dwyer Trust The Vera Z. Dwyer Charitable Trust has made a gift of $1 million to Indiana University South Bend to fund scholarships for undergraduate students in the College of Health Sciences. One-half of the annual income from the gift will be awarded to full-time students enrolled in the
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