The search for the next chancellor has been completed.
By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer email@example.com Seven of the nine Democratic candidates were present at the first primary forum of the 2020 South Bend mayoral race held at the Addicott/Yoshi Performance Hall. Candidate Will Smith did not appear at the debate since he is being held without bond after being arrested on a warrant out
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The Veterans Book Club has announced their book to discuss at its next meeting on March 28 at 5:30 p.m. “I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad,” by Souad Mekhennet was chosen by Dean of Library Services Vicki Bloom. “I chose this book because
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Art, music and technology combine together to create a technicolor wonderland for the Performing Media Festival. The Performing Media Festival kicked off in the campus Art Gallery this past Thursday night. The weekend-long festival celebrated New Media artists from around the world and within the community and showcased Integrated New
By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) hosts elections every spring semester to elect their next set of officials. There are 16 positions to fill in the SGA. The positions include: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and 12 Senators. “The terms are for one year and start after Final Exams and run into
By: AUSTIN PARKS Sports Writer The Titan’s baseball team dropped both games in their double header against the Shawnee State University Bears, losing 4-2 and then 7-2. This makes it their fourth straight loss pushing their record to 1-7. The lackluster hitting performance led to both losses for the Titans, scoring only two runs in
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com On March 1 a release from IU South Bend announced that Hope Davis was named Dean of the School of Education. The release, authored by Ken Baierl, said that the announcement was made officially by Interim Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Linda Chen, and that Davis has been serving
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer IU South Bend will be hosting a bee art contest this April to help the community become educated on the importance the black and yellow insects. Julianne Rieckmann, a worker for the Bee Art Contest, and the Center for a Sustainable Future will be holding a bee art contest on