By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Well, my friends, the time has come to say good bye. This will be my last column. As I shared last time, I’ve begun a new job here on campus as part of the leadership team in the Dwyer College of Health Sciences and for the first time in six
By: Austin Parks Staff Writer The IU South Bend Titans took on the Holy Cross College Saints in a men’s basketball hometown classic. Despite a late rally by the Titans, the Saints won 84-79. The Saints capitalized on free throws in the final seconds that sealed their win. This game featured good efficient offense from
Dear Nick, I’m nervous about the holidays. I love my family, and I love getting to see them, but we disagree on almost everything politically. And, they love to bring up those differences to try to get under my skin. I’ve seen and read a lot of articles about this, but I’m still not sure
By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer Beginning Nov. 21 the elevators in Northside were temporarily shut down for a makeover. Facilities is updating the main elevators in Northside Hall near the bookstore this month beginning with the large elevator, which will be out of order for up to eight weeks. It will be followed by the
By: C.A. PRINTUP and JOHN LARSON Staff Writers A simple trip like one to the bathroom is one often taken for granted by many students. For disabled students and students who have mobility issues, bathroom positions and lack of accessibility can be a major issue. Two students with different levels of mobility, one in a
By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 IU South Bend Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics hosted its Annual Business Outlook Panel. Dean Rick Kolbe, of the Leighton School, moderated the panel which consisted of four speakers all from Indiana University. The discussion reviewed economic factors that could influence 2019, including policy decisions that will
BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer It is that time of year again. Time to plan classes for the Spring semester, meet with your advisors and look forward to a new semester of fun classes. What classes are you looking forward to next semester and why? Have you met with your advisor yet? We asked you.
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.