By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer email@example.com If you are looking for a place to create, imagine, or invent, MAKE South Bend is a great option that is close to campus. They are a local “makerspace,” a collective place that offers the equipment and supplies to create all types of art. When you walk in the
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer Winter is around the corner and snow is starting to fall. Bundle up in the winter essentials the IU South Bend community will need during the winter time. Some of the places around South Bend that have what will be needed at an affordable price are: Walmart, Kohls, Target, T.J.
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The deadline for submissions is slowly approaching for those wishing to have work in campus student publications. The deadline for five journals is Feb. 1. In the display cases of the Franklin D. Schurz Library are past journals, and stacks of recent journals for students to take home and read.
BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The Judd Leighton School of Business hosted its eighth speaker in the Entrepreneur Lecture Series on Nov. 5. Alan Steele, an IU South Bend Alum, is the Regional Director of North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center. The lecture focused around starting and managing small business. “The reality that
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The most recent election marked a very important occasion for Drew Duncan’s budding career. The IU South Bend Public Relations major, in his senior year, worked as a campaign manager for candidate Joe Taylor, a Democrat who ultimately won his election to represent District 7 in the Indiana House of
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com Lime Scooters rolled into the area, and onto campus, late last week. The scooters provide a quick and easy transportation over short distances. They have a hand brake on the left handlebar, and a toggle for accelerating on the right handlebar. After unlocking the scooters, a couple of kicks to
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer “Because I am not big into politics, I feel that it was a positive election now that we have both parties representing in Congress and both voices can be heard,” freshman Tyler Welborn said. “With this last election I feel that the results were positive because of the diversity:
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com For any member of the IU South Bend community who believes in equality, the Feminist Student Union (FSU) is the perfect club. The Feminist Student Union is aimed at providing education and inclusion to members of the community, specifically here on campus. It focuses on defining feminism, creating a