Category: Week in Review

Week In Review 4/21/17

4/21/17 Update CDIN State Elections What: The annual College Democrats of Indiana state convention and elections are coming up! You do NOT need to be an executive board member of IU Dems to run for a position. Information on candidate roles and procedures can be found here. General attendees must fill out this form. Interested candidates must Read More …

Week In Review 4/14/2017

4/14/17 Update Here is your week in review. It’s been a busy week, so buckle up. We also have some information about upcoming events that might be of interest to many of you. (You could also find  upcoming events that might be of interest to many of you on the IU Dems master calendar. Yes, Read More …

Week In Review 4/7/17

4/7/17 Update Here is your week in review. We would also like to extend a big thank you to everyone that came out to trivia night on Monday. It was our last meeting of the year and was very nice to see so many of you, and even a few new faces! Bad News ​Justice Read More …

Week In Review 3/31/2017

3/31/2017 Update Call to Action What: What we’ve learned so far about Russia’s interference in the 2016 campaign is chilling. And there are real questions about whether an authoritarian dictator helped elect a fellow bigot hostile to basic freedoms with the active involvement of the President’s men. We need answers, and we need them from someone everyone trusts to put politics Read More …

Week In Review 3/24/17

3/24/2017 Update Women in the Age of Trump What: To commemorate the last week of Women’s History Month, we are hosting an event to discuss the women in President Trump’s personal and political life, as well as legislative moves he/the GOP has made that will adversely effect women. Topics will include, but are not limited to, Read More …

Week In Review 3/10/2017

Upcoming Events A Bipartisan Discussion with the College Republicans What: This will be a discussion that both the IU Dems and IU GOP (With No Labels moderating) will take part in to discuss some of the biggest issues we are faced with. Topics include: balanced budget, energy security, entitlement reform, and job creation. This is definitely Read More …

Week in Review 3/4/2017

Central Park Five Screening What: As a wrap-up to Black History Month, we will be hosting a screening of the 2012 documentary “The Central Park Five.” This documentary tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park Read More …