By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org If you are looking for a place to create, imagine, or invent, MAKE South Bend is a great option that is close to campus. They are a local “makerspace,” a collective place that offers the equipment and supplies to create all types of art. When you walk in the
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The deadline for submissions is slowly approaching for those wishing to have work in campus student publications. The deadline for five journals is Feb. 1. In the display cases of the Franklin D. Schurz Library are past journals, and stacks of recent journals for students to take home and read.
By: BRENDAN MCDANIAL On Tuesday, Nov. 6, the Civil Rights Heritage Center at IU South Bend had a showing of the film “Screaming Queens” to celebrate 2018 Transgender Awareness Month. It had been part of an ongoing series at the Center, in which films relating to current hot-button civil rights issues were shown, followed by
BY KATE LUCE Staff-writer “Zines” are a small-scale, self-produced magazine. They can cover a large range of topics encompassing anything from, music, poetry, feminism and virtually anything else one can think of. The world of zines has been around since the 70’s when photocopiers become readily available to the general public. At first, most zines
By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer This fall learn more about our veterans on campus by attending the Veterans Book Club meetings. If you are a veteran, or just desire to learn more about their experiences, join the club for book discussions, movie screenings and more. The IUSB Veterans Book Club was started in October of
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Giving a presentation on the study of privacy on Sept. 26 was Sandra Petronio, guest of the IU South Bend department of Communications Studies. A nationally renowned scholar, who focuses her study on privacy, as well as a faculty member of the Department of Communications Studies at IU-Purdue University, Indianapolis
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com The theatre and dance department at IU South Bend put on the production, “Mamma Mia!” last weekend. The show ran from Thursday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 7. The production had several sold-out shows. The musical includes a variety of acting, dancing and singing. It includes the timeless songs
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer/ Web Editor @taylor_sumiko On Friday Oct. 5, IU South Bend sophomore Kate Luce debuted her artwork at her first public art show titled, “The Mind of a Jungle Demon” in Michigan City, Ind. at The Quality Beet coffee house. Luce is currently double-majoring in both Journalism and Fine arts with