By: Mira Costello Co-Editor If you were born and bred here in South Bend, chances are that you’ve never seen a Chinese hammered dulcimer or played a Japanese Taiko drum. You may never have even tried sushi. In that case, you’re lucky to be an IU South Bend student – because our campus is home
Tag: Office of Student Life
By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief Public Perceptions: Serial Killers & Victims, SAC 206: On Mar. 10 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., join the Political Science Club in SAC 206 to welcome Dr. Stacie Merken for a discussion on the media coverage of serial killers, victims and the public’s ideas on these crimes. LinkedIn Review: On
Are you wanting to get involved more at IU South Bend? There are a variety of events happening this week for you to join the fun. Interested in overpopulation and poverty? Join the Political Science Club for a reading and discussion on Johnathon Swift’s essay, “A Modest Proposal”. The discussion will be held on Feb.
By: Reagan AyalaStaff-Writer With the new semester starting, fun events for the students are already piling high. One such event was the Titan Cafe, put on by Titan Productions and the Office of Student Life. Hosted in the Community Building on Jan. 20, this event was a relaxing night for students and faculty. The Common
By: MABEL MYERS Staff Writer @mabel.myers On the first day of Safety Week, the Titan Success Center and the Office of Student Life put on a mental health resource fair. Health centers from the surrounding areas came to Fireside to help promote mental health in students. This fair is put on during health and safety
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko This year’s Halloween Dance, presented by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), occurs on Oct. 26, 2017. The event will begin at 9 p.m. in the Community Building, of River Crossing Student Housing. This dance is what many students are calling the biggest social event of the year, being that it