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Importance of voting, now more than ever

By: HOPE FOWLER Staff Writer hfowlerg@iu.edu As multiple imperative elections in our area and country arise, it is more important than ever for individuals to participate in their social responsibility of voting. Voting isn’t only a civic duty, but it’s an opportunity to voice your opinion. Voters get the chance to tell the democracy what

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Poetry celebrated at IU South Bend

By: CAMDEN CHAFFEE Staff Writer The poet Robert Frost once wrote, “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” These words were proved to be true by Francesca Bell and Rachel Custer, who read their poems in Weikamp Hall Monday night, conveying strong emotions and passion and capturing

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Spanish Club: Noticias del Club

By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer kycampbe@iu.edu This academic school year is the Spanish club’s second year as a student organization here at IU South Bend. President Hannah Tejada and Treasurer Benjamin Eichman are the acting officers for the organization. Eichman, the former president, handed the role of president over to Tejada this year because of

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South Bend Medical Foundation hosts blood drive on campus

By: MABEL MYERS Staff Writer Last Thursday Oct. 3, the South Bend Medical Foundation came to campus in their mobile blood bank. This is one of multiple blood drives that the Foundation puts on throughout the school year. The mobile blood bank travels around to campuses and locations around the community. Kari Frame, the Health

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One Way campus ministry invites new members with open arms

BY:EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer emonhaut@iu.edu One Way Ministry is one opportunity for students looking to enrich and share their faith with others on campus. One Way campus ministry was created by Joseph Conrad, who organizes speakers and keeps One Way operating at IU South Bend. Conrad created One Way with the help of friends and

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Painting classes experience nontraditional art at the Lubeznik Center

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu After being invited to a gallery visit, Laura Cutler, painting and drawing professor, took the class to the Lubeznik Center for the Arts to attend a talk on the Chicago Imagists, their predecessors and those who took inspiration from them. “The reason I decided to approach Painting 1 and

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