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Misel Alejandra Ramirez Vasoli, Staff Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight

Misel Alejandra Ramirez Vasoli is not one to give up when things get hard. Growing up in Juarez, Mexico, her family emphasized the importance of education. "It's better to work with your brain than your body," they told her, and an education was something that could never be taken away, no matter her circumstances. Misel took that seriously and became a first-generation student at the University of Texas at El Paso, crossing the border each day to attend classes. Her…

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Indiana Business Journal has released a list of noteworthy leaders throughout the state, and IU South Bend graduates Regina Emberton and Isaac Torres are among them. The list, available at Indiana250.com, was compiled by IBJ executives, editors and newsroom staffs…

Elaine Roth, professor of film studies in IU South Bend’s English department, has been named a Fulbright Scholar for 2022-2023. In January, she will travel to Mexico City, where she will teach and serve as a U.S. Studies Chair at…

This fall, Indiana University South Bend enrollment saw an increase in graduate, transfer, and new beginning students. Additionally, positive trends continued to ensure the student body reflects the diversity of the community it serves.  IU South Bend's beginning freshman increased…

In December, Eduardo Arellano will receive his bachelor’s degree in business, with a concentration in marketing. Like most soon-to-be graduates, he is proud of his work and grateful to his professors. However, he did experience a freshman year transition that…