On Wednesday, Nov. 8, IU South Bend celebrated first-generation college students in Fireside A and B.
This week, I decided to go out to Niles, Mich., which is about a 30-minute drive from IU South Bend’s campus. A few small businesses have been added to Niles’ downtown area, including a new coffeehouse named 2nd & Main located at 127 E Main St.
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.
The South Bend Century Center is hosting this year’s “For the Love of Art” fair on Feb. 17 and 18, 2024.
On Oct. 18, new club Diversity in Disability hosted a disability immersion event, “Walk in My Shoes.” Attendees were able to experience visual impairments through glasses, hear different kinds of tinnitus, experience simulated test-taking anxiety and hear from wheelchair users.
November is Native American Heritage Month. In 1990, Congress passed a joint resolution that designated the month and officially recognized Indigenous people as original inhabitants of the U.S.
As fall sports come to an end and winter sports are about to get into the full swing of things, no better time exists for a fall roundup.
Welcome back to another week of Sip & Study and another adventure to local coffee shops in the surrounding area. Recently, I drove to Plymouth to visit a shop I have never been to before.
Spooky season is upon us, so people want to learn about spooky animals. One of the animals that might be considered spooky is the crow – perhaps because a group of them is called a murder.
IU South Bend’s women’s basketball team tips off in less than a week, looking to repeat as Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) champions.