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Salisbury’s Take: Don’t be scared off by Democracy!

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Happy Halloween, everyone! This is an especially spooky year because of the midterm election that happens this coming Tuesday. Midterms are always interesting to those of us who follow politics, but I’m not sure the average citizen gets much excitement out of this particular political phenomenon. It is not uncommon,

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SGA creates scholarship benefiting veterans

BY: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu The Student Government Association (SGA)  has been recently prepping for their first Veterans Benefit Dinner, which will is slated for Friday, Nov. 11. The funds from tickets sales and donations will directly go to a scholarship benefiting student veterans and dependents of veterans. “The scholarship is an emergency fund

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Late parking fee billing

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer If you’ve recently checked your Bursar account and noticed a new bill, it may be for your campus parking pass. The standard price for student parking on IU South Bend’s campus is $160 for the academic year. Although students may expect their full billing summary at the beginning of semesters,

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IUSB Women’s Basketball wins season opener versus Grace College

By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer hefreese@iu.edu The IU South Bend Women’s Basketball team defeated Grace College at home on Wednesday, Oct. 24. The IU South Bend Titans defeated the Grace College Lancers by a final score of 77-58. The Titans started the first quarter of play by going on a 0-8 point run, which would

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School of Education participating in #RedforEd

By: Nakia Bolden| Guest Contributor Raising voices to fix issues such as 1 in 5 educators requiring a second job to make ends meet and protecting public schools is what inspired Chelsea Parratore, social media manager for the IU South Bend School of Education, to action. The statistics brought forward by the National Education Association,

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Scaring up some Halloween entertainment

By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer If you love scary movies, the fall season is the time to watch one. This year brings moviegoers a remake in theaters of “Halloween.” Jamie Lee Curtis stars in the film, reprising her role as Laurie Strode, as her character works on getting revenge on Michael Myers, her brother, a

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Counseling and International Services team up for day of service for survivors

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer karfires@iu.edu On Thursday, Oct. 25, the counseling center and international student services teamed up with local organizations to host a day of service for survivors of physical, sexual and emotional abuse. Christine Bettcher, a counselor at the student counseling center at IU South Bend, reached out to a variety of

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IU First Lady visit celebrates young women philanthropists

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer While IU First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie served as the keynote speaker for a luncheon event entitled “Women Helping Women” on Thursday, the guests of honor were actually four female IU South Bend students. The students were nominated by directors of local programs and organizations that each has played

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