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Now Introducing: The Sister Assisting Sisters Organization

By LAUREN PAJAKOWSKI Staff Writer Spring has sprung at IU South Bend and with it there has blossomed a fresh new organization. Sisters Assisting Sisters (S.A.S) is one of the newest organizations on campus this year. As mentioned in their Facebook mission’s statement, their main focus is on forming relationships and bonds with fellow students

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Summer music festivals sure to keep you busy

By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist The school year is drawing to a close and summer is just out of reach. If you’re like me, summer concerts are a must. Outdoor concerts are great for a lot of reasons. They’re usually cheaper, you get to spend the whole day outside, and many of them are weekend-long festivals

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Keep South Bend beautiful: Street art vs. graffiti

  By BRIDGET JOHNSON   Staff Writer   We all know that “art” is a relative term, but what about street art? It is far more controversial than anything done on a personal canvas. Our city officials say that they support art. What I think they mean is that they support covering trees downtown with

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Meet the 2013 SGA Presidential canidates

Students running for Student Government Association (SGA) positions may now begin campaigning. There are three students running for SGA president. They are Lee Cohen, Hailey Hennessy and Lowell Ritter. Twenty-four students are running for a senator position while the treasurer, vice president and secretary positions are uncontested.     The website where voting will take place

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Watch the Game of Thrones

It aint safe in Westeros, watch the throne By CECELIA ROEDER Design Editor   It’s a story good enough to dethrone vampires. HBO’s announcement last Monday that their highly rated fantasy saga Game of Thrones (GOT) would continue into a fourth season was no surprise. Strong international DVD sales, a plethora of domestic illegal downloads,

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