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Indiana University South Bend honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As members of our campus community, please plan to join inclusive activities throughout the week. Let us not only “Keep the Dream alive,” but “Let us live the Dream!” Sunday, January 16, 2022, 7 P.M. Benjamin Crump, Civil Rights Leader and Attorney, through a partnership with Earlham College and IU East "A Journey toward True…

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IU South Bend’s School of Education hosted a two-day Symposium on Educational Inclusion in November engaging the campus and community in discussions about diversity, equity, and inclusion. Participants explored reducing barriers for underrepresented populations from kindergarten through graduate school and engaged in a panel discussion with nationally recognized experts on critical race theory. More than 300 people registered for Symposium events.   “I was encouraged to see such a variety of…

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IU South Bend is offering a one-stop shop to help students get ready for the start of the spring semester. 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday, January 8 Register for classes, which begin January 10. You can reserve an advising/registration appointment at https://go.iu.edu/3QTYPick up your Crimson CardGet your books at the Hammes Bookstore at IU South Bend  Academic success coaches will be available, along with Admissions, Financial Aid and Scholarships, Bursar, Registrar,…

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Indiana University South Bend is pleased to announce that student voting increased by 7.5 percent in last year’s presidential election, rising to 63 percent in 2020 from a rate of 55 percent in 2016.  Voting rates increased for both men and women ages 18-39 across all racial and ethnic groups.   “The increase in IU South Bend student voting in the 2020 election recognizes the long-term, ongoing, student-supported, efforts that IU…

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With the right mindset, dedication to mastery, and a supportive instructor, the possibilities are endless for learning a new skill. Senior Emily Hinds has been dancing with the IU South Bend Tap and Kickline for more than three years, but prior to attending college had never had any type of formal dance experience.  After taking an introductory tap dance course as a freshman with Ernestine M. Raclin School of the…

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