Tag: Vicki Bloom

COVID-19 affecting student employment on campus

By Connie Klimek Intern                 Due to budget cuts, safety precautions and limited student traffic, student employment on campus has experienced extreme consequences of the pandemic, downsizing. This is the case especially within the Administration Building as hardly any student workers are currently present on campus, and a few lucky ones are working from home.  The

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The Race Card Project at IUSB

By: TORI WILSON Staff Writer In 2010, former NPR journalist Michelle Norris decided to conduct an experiment that encouraged people to talk about race. This experiment had people write only six words about race on a printed postcard. These six words could have been observations or experiences they’ve had about race. Norris received 600 of

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Veterans Book Club featuring book by journalist covering conflict in Middle East

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The Veterans Book Club has announced their book to discuss at its next meeting on March 28 at 5:30 p.m. “I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad,” by Souad Mekhennet was chosen by Dean of Library Services Vicki Bloom. “I chose this book because

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