By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer Black mold has caused major troubles for student and staff part of Purdue Polytechnic. The mold has been growing out of the vents, and was clearly visible for the students and staff to see. The building had to be shut down since the mold was not ceasing and was affecting
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer A good outing from Norell Smith would not be enough to help the Titans overcome the Eagles. Smith led the Titans in scoring with 21 on 8 for 17 shooting. Other than Smith, it was a mixed bag from the Titans, with the next leading scorer being Myles Simmons with
By KATE LUCE Staff-writer email@example.com Diversity was spotlighted at Friday’s meeting. Tami Martinez, assistant dean of Raclin School of the Arts, came to the recent Student Government Association (SGA) meeting to speak about diversity among IU South Bend. As a student in a PhD-program for higher education, one of Martinez’s core courses focuses heavily on
By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org On Monday, Oct. 15, the IU South Bend IT department conducted a campus wide phishing test targeted towards full time staff and faculty. The simulated phish was sent to 545 people. Only 2 percent of the recipients fell for the fake phishing emails. While only 14.68 percent reported it.
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer As far as Interim Chancellor Jann Joseph is concerned, her job is exactly the same as if she were the permanent Chancellor. “I don’t see my job as an Interim as being any different from how I would do it if I were in the permanent position,” Joseph said.
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer email@example.com The IU South Bend Women’s Basketball team traveled to IU Kokomo, in Kokomo, Indiana, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, for a non-conference matchup. Despite a halftime lead by the IU South Bend Titans, they would ultimately fall to the IU Kokomo Cougars by a final score of 59-75. After winning
By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer The flu season is upon us and IU South Bend is feeling the fever. Walking down a hall, one may notice an increased number of “class is cancelled” signs posted. Avoiding cancelling class is simple though, according to the IU South Bend Health and Services Nurse Practitioner Teresa Dobrzykowski. According
By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer Having access to crucial menstrual supplies on campus is a Title IX right that is being violated in many of our campus facilities, according to some. Some of the buildings on IU South Bend’s campus have no menstrual supply dispensers installed, while others installed sit empty. In some situations, the