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Volleyball prepares to host first round of CCAC tournament

By: Bayley Goodman Staff-Writer The Indiana University South Bend volleyball team prepares to host fifth ranked St. Ambrose on Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. for the first round of the CCAC tournament. The Titans finished their season on a high note sweeping Roosevelt and Calumet St. Joseph last week to improve to 12-5 on

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Titan Baseball: shutting out the competition

By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer The Titans baseball team faced another conference team and came out with the sweep to bring them to a now, 5-3 record in the CCAC. The team faced Calumet College of St. Joseph (CCSJ) and won the first game 10-3 with sophomore Robbie Berger leading the team defensively on the mound

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Dora Natella unveils Spirit of Indiana at Memorial Stadium

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief   Just outside of Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, IN stands Dora Natella’s recent sculpture settled into its new home. Natella, sculpture professor, spent the past two years full-time, creating The Spirit of Indiana, and despite the pandemic, provides a centerpiece for sports-goers and students alike.  The Spirit of Indiana features five athletes,

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Current students send letters to potential IU South Bend students

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer  Current IU South Bend students have been working to send congratulatory notes to the incoming class of Titans. Volunteers have been working hard to write and send out over 1,500 cards to graduating high school seniors who have been accepted to IU South Bend. Over half of the cards have been

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COVID-19 College Crisis: How the School of Education has been impacted by the pandemic

By: Emily Trent  Staff-Writer COVID-19 has changed the way many learn but has also changed the way educators are teaching. The School of Education has had many changes occur since the start of the pandemic but not all have been negative. With virtual learning, comes flexibility and faculty and staff within the School of Education

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Indulging for independence: Honors Program celebrates Greek Independence Day

By: Cassidy Martenson Staff-Writer  The Honors Program at celebrated Greek Independence Day with a sweet treat on Thursday. Students joined Dr. Neovi Karakatsanis, honors program director, virtually to make baklava in their own homes and learn about Greek history.  The idea was originally for a just cooking demonstration led by Dr. Karakatsanis. The idea then

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Students sound off thoughts on commencement

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief This year’s commencement will be unlike any other. The plans have been finalized and are getting set in motion for 2020 and 2021 graduates. In return, some students have mixed feelings about the plans. This year, commencement will take place in the parking lot behind the Student Activities Center on Wednesday,

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Golf with two invitationals left until tournament time

By: Bayley Goodman Staff-Writer IU South Bend men and women’s golf finished up two invitationals last week leaving them with only two left before preparing for the conference tournament. After the men’s placed ninth out of ten teams, senior player Nick Hayden was hopeful for the rest of the season saying they will be better

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