On February 26th, the Notre Dame and SIBC communities lost a great man: Father Ted. As members of the SIBC, we inherit a profound legacy from a man who fought for his convictions and always led by example.
We are deeply saddened to share with you that the Notre Dame and SIBC communities have lost Lisa Yang, a fellow SIBC member senior in the Mendoza College of Business. Thank you, Lisa, for your continuous involvement with our Council and for providing mentorship and help to younger SIBC members.
We're wrapping up the year with good news: SIBC is once again open to students from all majors! Read more about our transition from student club to student organization here: http://ndsmcobserver.com/2014/12/sibc-reopens-membership/…
SIBC has now moved back to its original home, the Mendoza College of Business. Read about our transition here: http://ndsmcobserver.com/2014/09/sibc-leaves-sao-absorbed-mendoza/…
As you may know, SIBC is celebrating it's 25th anniversary! During its 25 years, SIBC has grown to become Notre Dame's largest student-run organization and demonstrates its innovative backbone by adding new opportunities with every passing year.
You may notice that our site looks a lot different from last semester...SIBC went through a website redesign over the summer!