If you’ve been a college student for longer than a day, you’re already tired of being told to “get involved.” You’ve heard it so many times it’s nearly become meaningless, leaving you without an idea of how to really attain that mysterious “involvement”. With 152 organizations listed on Titan Atlas, how are you supposed to make heads or tails of it all?
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By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer If you saw someone being physically assaulted, then one minute later, you saw it happen to another person and another, would you care? “Every 68 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted, ” according to Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, RAINN. The unfortunate reality of sexual assault is that more often
By: Alyssa Foster Co-Editor-in-Chief The IU South Bend Student Nurses Association is currently hosting a “Keep the Children Warm” donation drive. The donation drive will continue through Oct. 15. The SNA is currently collecting hats, gloves, scarves, gently used coats, boots, deodorants, combs, toothbrushes and small children’s clothes for students at local elementary schools. “In
By: Reagan Ayala Intern This semester has seen more events on campus than in previous years. It feels like there are three new events every single day. It can be really hard to figure out what to attend. Luckily, IU South Bend Student Life has made it easier for everyone to know what’s going on.
By: Mira Costello Staff-Writer In the absence of many senators, staffers and their faculty advisor, the Student Government Association held a brief meeting on Friday, Nov. 5 primarily to discuss committee reports. The safety committee, chaired by senior Anna Roberts, said they are preparing for their annual safety walk with IUPD to identify locations on
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief After a year-long hiatus, River Fest made its unexpected debut back at IU South Bend on April 21. Despite the cold, this year’s event featured two live performances, goodie bags in celebration of IU Day and a free lunch by Sodexo. Students could RSVP for a table at Greenlawn, or they
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief Active Minds, the Queer Straight Alliance and the Honors Program all teamed up to host Speak Out Against Hate. This event comes to IU South Bend after recent attacks against Asian-Americans, a changing political system and the midst of the pandemic. Speak Out Against Hate typically partners with other organizations on
By: Cassidy Martenson Staff-Writer The Honors Program at celebrated Greek Independence Day with a sweet treat on Thursday. Students joined Dr. Neovi Karakatsanis, honors program director, virtually to make baklava in their own homes and learn about Greek history. The idea was originally for a just cooking demonstration led by Dr. Karakatsanis. The idea then