Over the summer James VanderVeen, associate professor of anthropology and chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, lead a dig on the campus of IU South Bend as part of the field study school.
By TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer/Web Editor @taylor_sumiko Not to sound cliché, but I already know this will be very long and wreak of over-sharing, so let’s get started with introductions. My name is Taylor Waldron and I’m a sophomore at IU South Bend. I’m a threatening five foot, four inches with big
By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer Getting around the city has become a lot easier, and cheaper, for the students, faculty and staff at IU South Bend. In a partnership that began on August 6, anyone with a valid CrimsonCard can now ride any Transpo route at any time the buses are running
By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer On Friday, August 3, a near-capacity crowd filed into the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall to commemorate the passing of Sustainability Professor, Dr. Edwin Joseph, who succumbed to a years-long battle with cancer on July 26. The 60-year old native of Trinidad became
By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer Last year the IU South Bend Men’s Basketball team struggled mightily in what became a frustrating season that featured the Titans going 12-18. Worse yet, after a disappointing season, four seniors have since graduated leaving a big hole in the roster. Three of those seniors graduated as a
By Brenda Machado Staff Writer This year the theater at IU South Bend is raising its ticket prices, including student tickets. Now, the average ticket price has been bumped up to $5 for students instead of being completely free. Marvin Curtis, dean of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer Students and parents attending new student orientation will now arrive more prepared than they have in past years, if the new changes implemented are successful. Students now have the option to meet with their academic advisors to see what classes will be best for them before orientation.
By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Featured Columnist Welcome back, readers!It is always exciting to start a new academic year. By the end of this semester, I will have completed my sixth full year as a full time member of the IU South Bend community. This is my third year writing this column for The