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Lucas Miles, a Mishawaka native, came to IU South Bend as a transfer student from Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus. After completing two years there, he returned home for a job offer that allowed him to work and continue to pursue his degree. While he had enjoyed his time at Purdue, Lucas quickly fell in love with the community and classroom experience at IU South Bend.  Lucas earned an Associate…

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As part of the yearlong celebration of Indiana University’s Bicentennial, IU South Bend dedicated and installed a historical marker honoring the legacy of Gloria Kaufman on March 4. Kaufman was the founder and first director of the Women’s Studies Program at IU South Bend. “Markers for individuals are rare,”…

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Congratulations to the IU South Bend men’s basketball team! The Titans made history winning their first Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship March 2 after a thrilling 91-86 overtime victory at top-seeded and No. 4 Olivet Nazarene. The Titans rallied from nine down with 48.8 seconds remaining in regulation to…

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When Carmen Gutierrez decided on IU South Bend, it wasn’t because of its proximity to her hometown of Plymouth, Indiana (although that was certainly a plus) – it was a very specific global minor that piqued her interest. “I initially came to IU South Bend because it was the only college in the area that offered East Asian Studies,” she explains. Carmen had always…

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Last night leaders from Indiana University and the South Bend community gathered to mark the University’s purchase of the Engman Natatorium as the permanent home of the IU South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center. “We are thrilled to now count this historic property among the University’s permanent facilities,” said Dr. Susan Elrod, Chancellor of Indiana…

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