The next great discovery in the world of physics just might happen in the basement of Northside Hall. Ilan Levine has been a professor of physics at IU South Bend since 2004. He is leading a group of students on a project to learn more about dark matter which makes up 85 percent of the mass of the universe but cannot be seen.The reason we know so little about dark matter is due to the fact that it reacts with atoms very weakly which makes it difficult to study.Read the cover story
Six Herbert Scholars Choose IU South Bend
This fall, IU South Bend welcomed six Adam W. Herbert Presidential Scholars to its freshman class—students who were the best-of-the-best of Indiana’s graduating high school seniors; students who were talented enough to be admitted to any college in the country; students who chose IU South Bend after being awarded what is considered one of the most prestigious scholarships at IU.
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