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QSA offers safe space for all on campus

By: TORI WILSON Staff Writer The LGBTQ community at IU South Bend has grown over the last few years and IU South Bend has been working to promote a safe, open environment for students to express themselves. The Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) at IU South Bend is a student organization in which LGBTQ+ individuals and

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Tasty Tips with Tay: Sometimes things don’t work out – Adapt

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer Have you ever been excited to try a new recipe? You get your shopping list together, head to the store, gather the ingredients, head home, and start making the meal. A dash of this, a sprinkle of that, and the meal starts to come together. I had this experience

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Knowing How to Stay Safe Sexually is Important for All

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer  emmtrent@iu.edu Sex can be a difficult subject for some people to talk about due to several different reasons. During this year’s Safety Week, IU South Bend held their first ever Sexual Health Fair open to all students on campus. The event was hosted by the Family Justice Center, Mosaic Health

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Safety week prioritizes mental health with resource fair

By: MABEL MYERS Staff Writer @mabel.myers On the first day of Safety Week, the Titan Success Center and the Office of Student Life put on a mental health resource fair. Health centers from the surrounding areas came to Fireside to help promote mental health in students. This fair is put on during health and safety

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Student Counseling Center offers suicide prevention workshops

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff writer emonhaut@iu.edu Among college students, suicide is the second leading cause of death. In Indiana alone, more people die annually from committing suicide than those killed in homicide. These statistics are alarming so the IU South Bend Student Counseling Center wants to do what they can to prevent these incidents. “These

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Are we all psychopaths?

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface Last Thursday, professor Heidi Maibom of the University of Cincinnati presented this question to the students of IU South Bend. In a just under two-hour talk, Maibom discussed what psychopathy is, how it presents in people, and our overall fascination with the idea of labeling people as psychopaths. At

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