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Creating works of art, far apart

By Emily Hinds Intern As events go virtual, creative ways to stay engaged are happening on campus. Origami Craft Night took place via Zoom on Sept. 17. Desmond Lord, a member of Titan Productions took charge of the event and provided step-by-step instructions of how to make a variety of origami shapes and creations. Many

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Investment Club donates $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu By raising money over the past year through the stock market, the IU South Bend Investment Club donated $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad, a local non-for-profit, this past week. The non-for-profit is a youth and community center offering educational, cultural and advocacy services on the west side of South

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The Civil Rights Heritage Center hosts the Poetry Den live via Zoom

By Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer emonhaut@iu.edu Poets and poetry lovers alike, mark the calendars for Sunday, Sept. 27 from 6 – 8 p.m. live via Zoom when the South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center hosts The Poetry Den online. The event is open to the public for anybody who wants to perform or just listen in

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Parking issues persist on campus

By: Emily Trent Web Editor/Staff Writer emmtrent@iu.edu Online classes have significantly reduced the number of students parking on campus this fall semester. Many students have few to no in-person classes, which allows them to save on buying a student parking permit.  Due to COVID-19, students were given an extra two weeks to purchase their parking

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Masks not mandatory for IU South Bend’s sports teams

By Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer kaysdarn@iu.edu Sports have been a topic for debate in recent months across the world. This doesn’t change for IU South Bend either. With the cancellation of spring sports last semester, and the delay of fall and winter sports this semester, questions about the season are constantly arising.  As of current situation

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Linda Freel, former fine arts professor, passes away

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu Linda Freel was best known as an artist and an educator at IU South Bend. However, to many others, she was a mentor, a colleague and a friend. Freel attended Bethel University for a bachelor’s degree  in Education. After, she received her M.F.A at Notre Dame and a master’s in

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Celebrating 200 years of Indiana University

By Cassidy Martenson  Intern  Indiana University celebrated its 200th year with a bicentennial celebration and historic marker tour On Sept. 17. Guests were able to tour IU South Bend and view various new historic markers while learning more about their significance. To close out the celebration, four faculty members were awarded bicentennial medals for their

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Dental Hygiene Program needs patients

By: Mabel Myers Staff Writer The Dental Hygiene Program and clinic at IU South Bend provides students with the opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree, local anesthesia license and a license to administer and monitor nitrous oxide. After students graduate, they go on to take their board exams to obtain their license to practice publicly.

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