By TRICIA McCANN Guest Writer As this year’s publication of “New Views on Gender” begins to see the final product come together, Editor Wendy E. Davis and the students involved have been excited to present their work on campus this spring. “‘New Views on Gender’ is a feminist publication from the Women and Gender Studies
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Analecta Student Writing Awards winners: Fiction 1st Place #9 “Blood and Rain” Erin Britt 2nd Place # 31 “Elusion” Diane Passero Hon. Mention # 22 “Fray” Krista Cox Poetry: 1st Place #41 “Without Cloud” Joshua Stump 2nd Place #45 “Alexithymia” Kristin LaFollette-Samson Hon. Mention #143 “In a Bed After a Star
Student Steven Vigue seeks team members for hardcore obstacle course
By DANIELLE MILLER
Over 750 thousand people will experience the Arctic Enema this year—for fun. The Arctic Enema is the name of an obstacle, a 20 foot long ice bath, in the Tough Mudder events which feature a 10-12 mile obstacle course designed by British Special Forces according to the Tough Mudder website.
Participants are encouraged to register as a team. IUSB student Steven Vigue is organizing a team of Raging Titans to compete in Chicago on May 18-19…
By BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer Last weekend, IUSB theater students presented Pippin. The box office was required to hang signs warning audience members about the play’s adult content. At the beginning of the musical, an additional warning about pyrotechnics was given. This play was off to a good start before it began. The premise was
By BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer Despite rain and snow, dozens of people and their furry companions walked along Mishawaka Avenue on April 13. People walked from shop to shop collecting stamps in their Pet Walk Passports. Local businesses in the River Park corridor were interested in bringing visitors through their doors with the fun event.
By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist Marvin Curtis, the dean of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the arts, was recently inducted into the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. Among other things, the members of the CBCI helps to shape policies involving different matters in politics. Certain members in the CBCI are chosen on the basis of their resumes and are representatives of the various companies
By DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer I was held hostage while attempting to buy organic fruit. I say attempt because I never actually purchased any fruit or anything else for that matter. The police were on the scene so I knew help was near. However, the other hostages were wild. As I pushed and shoved and
By TRACI BREMER