As of July 1, IU South Bend has a new chancellor. Terry Allison, recent provost and vice president of academic affairs at Governors State University in Illinois, is coming to campus with a clear vision for the university. Chancellor Allison spoke with The Preface about his thoughts on beginning this academic year and his plans for the future of IUSB.
Q: How are you liking things at IU South Bend and in South Bend so far?
A: I’m really enjoying being here. When…
By TRICIA MCCANN Guest Writer Quidditch. Dodgeball. Soccer. Basketball. These are just a few sports that students can get involved in at IU South Bend. The campus offers both intramural and club sports for all levels of athletes and those looking to cheer them on. If you are looking to become more active and meet
By MANDI STEFFEY Staff Writer College can be a steep expense. Tuition, room and board and student fees are just the start of most any college student’s expenses when they’re on the quest for acquiring a higher education. It doesn’t stop there, though. In most high schools, students have to pay a once-yearly book fee.
By LAUREN PAJAKOWSKI Staff Writer Hunger strikes. Whether you need to grab a quick bite between classes or are looking for a scalding hot cup of joe to get your day started, campus has you covered. With prime locations at the center of all campus buildings, the Courtside Café, University Grill and Northside Express have
By HANNAH BIRONG Guest Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) is an organization on campus that is made up entirely of students. It controls the allocation of over $600,000 from the student activity fee (SAF) and is the intermediary voice between the student body and the administration. “Without an organization like the SGA, it would
By FELICIA LOVE Guest Writer At IU South bend, there are over 50 student clubs and organizations that students can join. Whatever cultural group you are a part of or want to engage with, you are always welcome to be a part of the fun. Cultural clubs provide students with the opportunity to socialize with
By ELISHA HOSTETLER Staff Writer Looking for an apartment can be tedious at best, but for any students out there that need an apartment located off IU South Bend grounds, but still is within walking distance of campus, we have got your back. Out of the 10 apartments that were checked out, only four made
By DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer The cost of higher education is steadily increasing. Most students are familiar with student loans, scholarships and Pell grants, but tuition assistance does not end there. For those who still fall short when paying their Bursar accounts, work study may provide a good source of additional funds. Work study is