Have you ever faced food scarcity? Are you currently facing food scarcity in college? Then you’re in luck: IU South Bend has an accessible food pantry called Titans Feeding Titans, which provides immediate relief to students that suffer from food insecurity.
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Titans Feeding Titans, the food pantry on IU South Bend’s campus, is here to provide a variety of perishable and non-perishable food items, personal hygiene products, household products and even some pet products to all students, staff and faculty on campus.
By: Mira Costello Staff-Writer In anticipation of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Student Social Work Association at IU South Bend will hold a hygiene drive to benefit the Titans Feeding Titans food pantry. The drive will run from Monday, Nov. 8 through Friday, Nov. 19. Collection boxes will be located on the first floor of Wiekamp
By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer Students, staff and faculty were able to keep squeaky clean and get a head start on their spring cleaning. Titans Feeding Titans hosted their spring cleaning distribution event April, 14 from 1 pm. – 3 p.m. Tables were set up outside in between the Fine Arts and Education Arts buildings with
By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer Titans Feeding Titans hosted their first spring distribution event on Friday, March 19. IU South Bend students, staff and faculty were able to pick up a bag of food outside of the Fine Arts and EA building between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Multiple tables were set up along the
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer/Web Editor What started as a semester long project for a social work class has become one of IU South Bend’s most important programs. The Titans Feeding Titans food pantry is open to any student or faculty member of IU South Bend. Upon its opening, the university realized the need for
BY: RANDALL MOSSMAN Staff Writer @randmoss Most college students have heard of the “Freshman 15,” where new students tend to gain weight. However, many do not stop to think about the opposite: college students who go hungry. Food insecurity is a huge problem across college campuses nationwide. At any time, hundreds, if not thousands of