Tag: Tannia Johnson

BRAVE training event

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer On January 27, the IU South Bend BRAVE program hosted a training event, hosted by Laura Harlow, Director of Institutional Equity and Inclusive Excellence. BRAVE stands for Bringing Awareness, Recovery, Awareness, Voices, and Engagement. This training consisted of Harlow discussing campus safety in terms of sexual misconduct, forms of consent,

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Black Student Union Cookout Event

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer On Thursday Oct. 3, the Black Student Union of IU South Bend welcomed new students and attendees with a cookout event on Green Lawn. Hosted from 5-8 p.m., the event offered music, games, food and a chance to meet the members of the Black Student Union (BSU) and Divine Nine.

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Game on, Titans!

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff writer IU South Bend’s University Information Technology Services (UITS) hosted their annual Game On event on Wednesday, September 11 at Firesides A and B. The event took place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event included video game battles, virtual reality experiences provided by the UITS of IU Bloomington, free

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We asked you: Graduation

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer With the 2018-2019 school-year coming to an end, this is the last semester for many students at IU South Bend. Featuring graduating students, we asked you what your plans are after commencement. “My current internship lasts until early July so, after that, my plan is to move, hopefully somewhere warm,

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Campus Unity Garden ready to grow

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer As growing season begins, the university’s Unity Garden team has held clean-up events to get the local gardens ready. The gardens feature wooden flower bed boxes, along with a sitting area and a shed that holds tools needed for the garden. With help from volunteers and members of the South

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We Asked You: Mayor Pete’s presidential aspirations

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer With the launch of his presidential exploratory committee, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend has announced his plan to run for United States President in 2020. At the State of the Union Watch Party hosted by the American Democracy Project of IU South Bend on Feb. 5, IU South Bend

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Staying safe on campus

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer When traveling across IU South Bend’s campus, there are ways to ensure that you can protect yourself. With the shortened daylight hours through the winter months, safety rises as a concern for some. From carrying defense mechanisms to physical preparation, you may want to evaluate ways to stay safe on

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