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Student athlete expelled, complainant speaks out

By: TAYLOR HILL, KATELYN FIRESTEIN, TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer, Editor-in-Chief, Staff Writer/Web Editor TRIGGER WARNING: This article may be triggering for individuals who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, or other forms of violence. Amid all of the chaos taking place for IU South Bend students this semester, another important matter seemed to fall through

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Seniors in the arts left with no place to perform among the COVID-19 response

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer  kmluce@iu.edu With the push for the final weeks of the spring semester to be completed online, some majors are working better than others with an online environment. Perhaps students that are most impacted by this decision are seniors in the arts. Integrated New Media and Fine Arts students need certain

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Online classes don’t work for Fine Arts 

By KATE LUCE Staff Columnist With school currently being online, I think the students that will suffer the most are ones in Fine Arts. I recently wrote a piece about seniors in the arts, but anyone in fine arts might have the hardest time transitioning into an online environment. I want to say, I do

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SGA helping student concerns among IU’s COVID-19 response 

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu With IU’s system-wide push for classes to go online, the Student Government Association (SGA) is not stopping to provide for students and function as an organization. The SGA is currently looking into ways to help students and faculty who are affected by the university’s response. There is a lot

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Titan Baseball’s trip to Texas

By: DEMERIS BARLOW Guest Columnist Thursday, Day One: Bus Ride The 13-hour bus ride to Texarkana, Texas was surprisingly very enjoyable. We stopped a couple of times to get food and take bathroom breaks, which were much needed. While we were on the bus, we played a game called, “Mafia,” which took up about five

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Tennessee trip with Titans Softball

By: KAYLEE DARNELL Staff Columnist Friday (Day 1): Bus Ride There The seven to eight-hour bus ride to Lebanon, Tennessee consisted of lots of games, laughter and sleeping. We stopped about four hours into the trip to get lunch, where we stopped at subway and everyone was able to use an actual bathroom, not just

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Health and Wellness Center proposes Student Health Fee, Soccer team funded

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer The Directors of the Health and Wellness Center attended the most recent SGA meeting to propose a Student Health Fee. Although it was a proposal, the center hopes to get this fee put into action. Students would pay $25 each semester, which in return would give them $25 worth of

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Vegan pop-up delights South Bend foodies

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor, Staff Columnist @taylor_sumiko Last Friday, two Midwest vegan food providers popped up in Downtown South Bend at The Hibberd to present their unique takes on some classic comfort foods, but with a vegan twist. SteMartaen and Water & Wheat Cafe banded their plant-based powers together to put on an awesome

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