By: Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer & Columnist firstname.lastname@example.org For the past few years, I have been writing for The Preface, studying to obtain my English BA with a double minor in French and Sustainability Studies and a concentration in Creative Writing, and becoming involved as much as possible in all aspects of campus life. Now, I
By: Alyssa Foster The IU South Bend Bookstore will remain open on limited hours for the rest of the semester. While classes have converted to an entirely online schedule, the IU South Bend Bookstore will remain open to students in order to collect rental returns. Rentals for the Fall Semester are due on Dec. 19.
By: Alyssa Foster IU South Bend has introduced a new Women in Business Club and is currently looking for new members to join. The IU South Bend Women in Business Club is an opportunity for students to boost their resumes, improve their MBA preparation skills and gain community connections. While club plans have not yet
By: Cassidy Martenson Intern The sculpture classes at Indiana University South Bend are using its talents to create meaningful change in the community. Through careful planning and research, the Sculpture 1 course has changed the purpose of sculpture for students and viewers. The final project was designed and implemented by Brian Hutsebout, Visiting Assistant Professor
By: Cassidy Martenson Intern Indiana University South Bend will be closed from Nov. 20 to Feb. 7, thus eliminating on-campus study spaces for students. As students head home to finish out the semester, there are plenty of options to study off campus to suit individual needs. The first thing students should do is consider their
By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The IU South Bend Honors Program merged with the Gamers’ Guild for an Among Us game night on Nov. 28. The idea of an Among Us game night originally came as a suggestion from an honors student. Ian Greaves, President of the Gamers Guild and Honors student, also suggested the event
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief email@example.com IU South Bend has chosen Jill Pearon to become the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (EVCAA). Pearon is set to begin this position on Feb. 15. As ECVAA, Pearon will serve as the chief academic officer for IU South Bend. She will retain and enhance the quality of academic
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org This past week, The IU South Bend Honors Program crafted scarves to be donated to people in the community who will need them most this winter. As COVID-19 has affected programming for every organization at IU South Bend, the Honors Program has adapted to hosting virtual events. Many students have