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Students give back in Thanksgiving donation drive

By: Eva Monhaut Staff Writeremonhaut@iu.edu The holidays are the perfect chance for students to step back, spend time with loved ones and give back to their community; this Thanksgiving students have a new opportunity to give back.  The Student Nurses Association was collecting donations from Nov. 12-19 for Hope Ministries in South Bend. Hope Ministries

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Reading Between the Lines with Eva: Fun reads to fit in around finals

By: Eva Monhaut Columnistemonhaut@iu.edu Finals week can be a stressful time for everyone especially during already chaotic times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but one can always find solace between the pages of a light, easy read. So, as finals are fast approaching and another semester wraps up this cold, winter season, cozy up with

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IU South Bend students provide virtual book readings to local elementary school

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer IU South Bend students have recently been given the opportunity to virtually read to Hay Elementary School students. Students of IU South Bend have been asked to record themselves reading a children’s book for children in grades K-5. These virtual book readings will be added to the Hay Elementary School Library,

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A Walk in the Woods: Rudolphi Wildlife Refuge

By: John Griffee Staff Columnist Just off of Daly Road rests Rudolphi Wildlife Refuge, a park in Dowagiac, Michigan. Rudolphi Woods resides along the Dowagiac River, connecting trails from the city to the nearby campus of Southwestern Michigan College.  In it’s expansive acreage of 325 miles, 8 miles of trails weave through some of the

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Titan Atlas creates a cozy night inside via Zoom

By: Emily Hinds Intern In the spirit of the changing seasons, Titan Productions planned a “Cocoa and Canvas Night” for students and the community on Oct. 13. The purpose of this event was to help students take their mind off the stress of school by enjoying a nice cup of hot cocoa and getting in

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Tasty Tips with Tay: Sweet Potato Curry

By: Taylor Waldron Co-Editor-in-Chief/ Staff Columnist @taylor_sumiko The temperature outside dropped below 50 degrees so it’s finally time to enjoy some fall-flavored dishes.  Fall is by far my favorite season for food. The cooler weather and beautiful colors outside inspire warm soups, classic comfort foods and pumpkin-flavored desserts.  Last year, I conquered vegan chili and

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Webinar brings light to domestic violence in the community

By: Mabel Myers Staff-Writer To help bring awareness to domestic and dating Violence, IU South Bend is bringing students webinars throughout the month to educate students on domestic violence.  The Office of Institutional Equity and Inclusive Excellence will be hosting a webinar on safety planning and signs of domestic violence on October 26. This event

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Reading Between the Lines with Eva: My Top 31 Spooky-Scary-Halloween Reads

By: Eva Monhaut Staff Columnist emonhaut@iu.edu Spooky season is here so it is that time of year to indulge and dive into some scary, spooky thrillers just in time for the Halloween season. Whether you enjoy pure horror literature or something humorous, the world of spooky-themed writing is filled with options for all readers.  Here

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