For the last three and a half years, I’ve been writing the sports stories for the Preface, but this story is different. This time, I’m signing off and saying goodbye. This is such a bittersweet feeling…it hurts so much to close one chapter, but knowing you’re about to turn the page to the next chapter is so exciting.
Author: The Preface at IUSB
Living on Earth is something everyone gets to enjoy – but only if we care for this planet. Earth Day took place on April 22, but that doesn’t mean we should stop being stewards. Here are 10 activities that you can do to help keep our home healthy.
Welcome back to the last Sip and Study of the semester! This week, I went somewhere brand new, and I was not disappointed.
Autism is a disorder that affects around 2.2 percent of all American adults. That number may seem small, but it makes up an estimated 5,437,988 people! The autism community has made great strides and accomplishments in the world, so a month of recognition and appreciation is well deserved.
It truly feels like just yesterday that I was writing my “meet the staff” story when I joined The Preface (probably because it was three months ago). My time here has been very short and very sweet.
Dora Natella, professor emeritus of fine arts and sculptor of many art installations at IU South Bend, passed away at age 66 on April 11 following a motor vehicle crash.
In 2022, journalist deaths rose over 50 percent from 2021. The majority of these murders, according to the data provided by the Committee to Protect Journalists, occurred in Ukraine and Latin America. There were 71 confirmed killings related to their occupation, most of which were reporting on topics such as crime, corruption and politics.
On April 14, IU South Bend hosted the annual Undergraduate Research Conference (URC). The Education and Arts Building had rooms dedicated to research posters and panels. The topics ranged from Chemistry to Criminal Justice and everything in between.