By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org IU South Bend is host to many clubs, one not among these, is a fine arts club, until now. With the help of William (Bill) Tourtillotte, who will function as the club’s staff advisor, art enthusiasts and IU South Bend students Kolt Sizer and Julia Kanestrom aim to make
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com On Wednesday Feb. 13, the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is hosting an event for Health Science students to make cards for residents at Center for Hospice Care. President of NSSLHA, Isabelle Tice, explained more about NSSLHA and why the organization decided on this event. “NSSLHA
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Josh Miller, gallery director for IU South Bend, is looking to spruce up the campus with current student work. The artwork will be placed over the summer, but Miller is currently looking for Fine Arts students to submit their work to be put on loan at IU South Bend.
By: EVA MONHAUT staff writer email@example.com The CLAS (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences) is collecting donations for the YWCA through Feb.14, as part of their drive to support our local community. Everyday items such as deodorant, shampoo and conditioner are needed, as well as adult pajamas, large cans of fruits and vegetables and towels.
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Printmaking is an art form where almost any idea seems valid due to the political and social history the art has made throughout the centuries. Bill Tourtillotte, the professor behind printmaking at IU South Bend, has continued to nurture the many ideas students have while in the shop. Tourtillotte
By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer email@example.com If you are a Communication Studies major, minor or are interested in the department there are several changes going on that you should be aware of. There are several changes in members of the faculty for the Communication Studies department, as well as potential shifts in degree offerings. Prior
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The art exhibit, “Ability,” was created to help eliminate the negative stigmas associated with people with disabilities, especially students. In its third year, it has expanded to include artwork from community members. The Civil Rights Heritage Center (CRHC), in connection the Office of Disability Support Services (ODSS) at IU
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com On Dec. 6, the Honors Program is hosting their annual holiday party with a twist: Cookies, Cocoa, and Canvas. Fellow Honors student and Fine Arts major, Kate Luce, will be leading the event by instructing the painting. “Every winter, the Honors Program holds a holiday party for its members.