Breaking News: IU South Bend Alert

Classes are cancelled for Thursday (2/22) due to concerns about flooding. We don’t believe that any buildings will be flooded but do not want classes in session in case we need to respond. The campus will remain open tomorrow for regular business hours for faculty and staff. As a precaution, residents of River Crossing student housing should make arrangements to vacate their rooms tonight. If you are unable to go home, accommodations will be made for you in the Student Activities Center. Please see your RA for assistance. All cars should be removed from the River Crossing parking lots so there is room for other equipment if needed. Parking is available at the other lots on campus. The pedestrian bridge to River Crossing student housing is closed due to water covering the ramp. Shuttle service will be available for students who need to be taken to River Crossing. Three buildings at River Crossing are the most threatened by rising water. Sandbagging is underway to help protect the River Building, Bridge Building, and Oxbow Building. Volunteers are welcome to help fill and stack the bags. Report to the River Crossing parking lot if you want to help. The Elkhart Center is closed tonight and tomorrow due to an Emergency declaration in the City of Elkhart. his has been an IU South Bend alert.


Coach Buysse talks upcoming season

(From left to right) Seniors Nick Kellams, Paul Geha, Zane Gonzalez, Zack Lazenby and Blake Logsdon.

By: CASEY McDONALD

Editor In Chief

@casey_ace13

IU South Bend Baseball welcomed new Head Coach Doug Buysse in the fall of 2017.

Coach Buysse’s baseball background starts way back in his high school days, where he played at small town John Glenn high school. He then attended St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Ind, where he played for four years. After graduation, he got his start at coaching with his alma mater. Soon after, he returned to northern Indiana where he coached at multiple different high schools across the Michiana area, including South Bend Riley, John Glenn and South Bend Washington.

In its third season as a team, having a new coach the last three years has been a challenge for returning players at IUSB who have been continuously pushed to adjust to the new styles of teaching.

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IUSB donor runs for Indiana’s Second Congressional District

By: CHRISTINA CLARK

Staff Writer

Clark66@umail.iu.edu

Students at IU South Bend may recognize the name Yatish J. Joshi as one half of the names that grace a performance hall in Northside Hall. The Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall bears the name of the couple who donated $1.2 million from the foundation they started in honor of their daughter, the Georgina Joshi Foundation.

Now, students may also recognize it from their commute to campus, when they might see billboards outlining some of Joshi’s platform as a candidate in the Democratic primary election to represent Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District.

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Celebrating the life of David James

By: CHRISTINA CLARK

Staff Writer

clark66@umail.iu.edu

Friends of late IUSB student and publications editor David James will hold a “celebration of life” memorial from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 4, at St. Patrick’s Parish Center. Afterwards, the celebration will continue at Fiddler’s Hearth, according to the Daily Titan email bulletin.

James, who, on Jan. 20, passed at age 71, was a passionate and integral figure in the community’s Irish music scene, an activist who, according to the South Bend Tribune, had in recent years “been involved in labor issues, the Civil Rights Heritage Center and the local LGBTQ community, and ran for the South Bend school board in 2016.”

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