If you live in or near South Bend, there are a variety of free resources you can take advantage of if you need support, ranging from concrete provisions like food and shelter to fulfillment needs like community and advocacy. If you don’t need these resources right now and instead are in a place to give back, consider volunteering your time in the holiday spirit of gratitude and generosity.
Join us over the next five days to try out your own gratitude journal. Each day has a new prompt to spark your creativity and help you remember who you are and all that you can be.
By: Eva Monhaut Staff Writeremonhaut@iu.edu The holidays are the perfect chance for students to step back, spend time with loved ones and give back to their community; this Thanksgiving students have a new opportunity to give back. The Student Nurses Association was collecting donations from Nov. 12-19 for Hope Ministries in South Bend. Hope Ministries […]
Part 2: Be grateful By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist “Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so, let […]
Part 1: Black Friday By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Let me open this with the fact that I absolutely love Thanksgiving. I love getting together with either my immediate or extended family, helping set the table, helping around the kitchen (when my grandmother or mother allow me to, which still doesn’t happen very much […]