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A thank you to IU

By: Chloe Teall Staff-Writer    To be candid, when I started at this university four years ago I had pretty low expectations. As a South Bend native I harbored some disappointment for not being able to go to another city, move into a dorm, and live out the college experience as I’d seen it depicted in

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Student Spotlight: Michael Rousculp wins Library Prize

By: Mara Nolan Intern    Michael Rousculp won the 2022 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research sponsored by the IUSB Library. According to the IUSB Library website, this award is a $500 prize “designed to honor undergraduate students who demonstrate sophisticated research skills and adept use of library resources into original scholarship.”     Michael Rousculp, who graduated from

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Doggone destressed

By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief   With finals coming up fast, many of us are stressed out to the max! However, the IU South Bend Honors Program welcomes all students, faculty and staff to stop by the courtyard outside of the administration building to visit with therapy dogs.    The dogs will be on campus on April

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IU South Bend’s remembrance of Dino’s donation

By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer    For Melissa Pace and her late husband Levell “Dino” Pace, IU South Bend is more than just an alma mater: it was their introduction to each other, their wedding reception venue and home to their work families. In honor of April being National Donate Life Month, Levell’s legacy as an organ

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Living with the editors: Avocados and geese

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Visiting Writer    We hope you all had a good week, because we can’t say we did. Cassidy got an avocado, and that was the highlight of the entire week.    We have to begin this with a shout out to Cassidy’s professor, Dr. Davis. We know you’re reading

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Asian Heritage Month fest celebrates diversity, draws community

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor     If you were born and bred here in South Bend, chances are that you’ve never seen a Chinese hammered dulcimer or played a Japanese Taiko drum. You may never have even tried sushi. In that case, you’re lucky to be an IU South Bend student – because our campus is home

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Art display in E&A

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer    As of Wednesday April 6, there is a new art exhibit available for viewing in the Education & Arts building. Along with some of the art provided, there is an assortment of digital art on display that can only be experienced in-person.    Some pieces by Rachel Ross, Ashlie Ham, Stuart Mayfield

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