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College campuses across Michiana have shut down, leaving students to take online classes from home. Some Universities are creating plans to reimburse students for the time they weren’t on campus.

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The IU South Bend Graduate Programs Open House scheduled for Thursday, March 12 has been canceled.

South Bend Community School Corporation

The South Bend Community School Corporation received a $5.5 million federal grant to help educate, recruit, and retain teachers.

Happy Family

Mar 23, 2019
Blair Gauntt

Monday, March 25, 2019 at 9 PM

Inspired by real events, Happy Family is a play about one determined woman.  In the 1970s she led a group of working women who sued a major corporation for equal pay and equal opportunity.  With the help of a roving civil rights lawyer, they won.  It took them ten years of hardship, but they won.

The play was written and produced by Roy Schreiber, a retired professor of history at Indiana University South Bend.

SB Common Council candidate forum tonight

Mar 7, 2019

Candidates for South Bend Common Council in districts one, three and six will answer audience questions at a forum tonight at Indiana University South Bend.

NEW: South Bend mayoral candidate jailed

Mar 1, 2019
St. Joseph Co. Jail

NEW: South Bend mayoral candidate Will Smith was jailed this morning in South Bend at the St. Joseph County Jail.  He is being held for Miami County on no bond. This comes just hours before Smith is scheduled to participate in a debate among democratic mayoral candidates for South Bend mayor. The prosecutor out of Miami County is charging Smith with felony theft involving a 2019 Forest River travel trailer taken from RV Dynasty in Bunker Hill last month.   

IUSB Team Gets Grant For Dark Matter Research

Sep 18, 2018

 

 

Two organizations in St. Joseph County will hold debates for the second congressional district Democratic primary and other contested races in the county this year.

Two debates and two meet the candidates forums are scheduled to be hosted by the American Democracy Project and the League of Women Voters of the South Bend Area in the coming months.