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Students present research at the Undergraduate Research Conference

BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff writer emonhaut@iu.edu While students often get the chance to explore research within the classroom, the Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) offers the opportunity for students to expand their research outside of their courses. This year’s conference took place Friday April 12 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The conference showcased

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International Food Festival showcases many cultures

By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer cadejong@iu.edu The International Food Festival was held on April 6 at the University Grille. The event featured 20 different countries from around the world. As soon as you entered the building you were met with smells from around the world as students walked around in the traditional dress of their

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Meet the 2019-20 Preface Editor-in-Chief: Katelyn Firestein

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Editor-in-Chief karfires@iu.edu The older I get, the more I realize how powerful words can be. I guess that is why I’m a Communication Studies major, and now the soon-to-be Editor-in-Chief for The Preface. When I was younger, my favorite television show was “Charmed.” This was probably not the most appropriate choice for

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IU South Bend artists hosting art show outside of campus

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Student art shows at IU South Bend come around every semester, but recently, the Fine Arts Department was asked to put on an art show at the Box Factory for the Arts in St. Joseph, Michigan. Fine arts students are showing alongside regional artists Kathleen Newman, Kristin Hosbein and

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Printmakers bring their art out into the world

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu A new printmaking project brought students to a new place to show off work; the world around them. Unlike the usual print projects, the audience was the community. Although places differed, the idea of the project was to get artwork out in the world rather than have it in

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“Shazam” might just be the saving grace DC movies need

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface So, I’m guessing a lot of you went out to see “Shazam!” recently. Shazam! will have made nearly $200 million in a week since it debuted, doubling its production budget and having started early plans for a sequel presumably right after the box office numbers came in. Superhero movie

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Titans baseball falls short in doubleheader

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The Titans took on the Saint Xavier University Cougars in a thriller that came down to the last inning in a slug-fest. The Cougars scored in the bottom of the seventh on a walked ball, winning the game one 14-13. The Titans had 13 hits with the Cougars matching them.

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