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Center for a Sustainable Future combats climate change

Correction In our Jan. 23 issue, we said that the Center for a Sustainable Future “has been conducting research to assist farmers in creating new and efficient ways to farm.” In fact, this research should have been attributed to Purdue University as well as the Environmental Resilience Institute at IU Bloomington. The Center continues to

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Tigers press Titans to a 105-76 loss

By: ILIA GLAZMAN Staff Writer The Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) Tigers women’s basketball team scored 42 points off of 39 forced turnovers thanks to the full court press as the IU South Bend Titans lost 105-76. Sammy Stejskal led the Tigers (12-8, 8-3 CCAC) with 21 points, while Jess Learned and Zanna Myers contributed with

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Titans storm victory at home

By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer The men’s Titan basketball team had a bounce back win against a strong Saint Ambrose team, winning 91-87 on Jan. 19, at home. This game began at a pretty slow pace where no one was really taking advantage of the slow start. However, towards the five-minute mark of the first

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Deadlines approach for studying abroad during summer months

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu The university is offering 10 study abroad trips for the summer. The deadline of Feb. 1 is quickly approaching. “Students need to apply by the deadline because we are making plane reservations. We are making reservations for accommodations. Also, if we don’t have enough students, we are not able

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Resolution solution: healthy habits

By: EMILY MCCOOLE Staff Writer emccoole@iu.edu We are already more than halfway through January 2019. Is a New Year’s resolution (NYR) still in the picture? Do the workout clothes you bought still have tags on them? How about those chia seeds? Are you really going to make a smoothie bowl every morning? Every year, a

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Men’s basketball gives up late rally in loss to Tigers

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend Titans men’s basketball team led most of the game, but a late rally by the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers gave the Titans their thirteenth loss of the season. “We did not play our best game on Wednesday against Olivet Nazarene. They are a very talented and

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Progress on campus wide access to tampons

BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff writer emonhaut@iu.edu Last fall most campus bathrooms were absent of menstrual supplies for women across campus. This semester, things are beginning to change after stress has been placed on the need for student access to basic necessities in all of the campus bathrooms. Michael Prater, the Director of Facilities Management, mentioned

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Salisbury’s Take: Parting is such sweet sorrow

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

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