By Carter DeJong Staff Writer @carterdejong99 Hello, my name is Carter DeJong. This is my first year as a staff writer for The Preface. I am a sophomore at IUSB and I am majoring in journalism. More specifically, I am very interested in writing about political news. My ideal career would be working
By ASHLEY COX Staff Writer The Philosophy club has resurfaced this year after a couple of years of not having it here at IU South Bend. “Philosophy club is a place for people to discuss and chat about philosophy and other important issues,” said Marshall Peterson, co-president of the club.
By CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The search for a new chancellor for IU South Bend is underway. With the leaving of former Chancellor Terry Allison at the end of the Spring semester, interim Chancellor Jann Joseph fills the position until a permanent chancellor is chosen. As a part of the search, the IU
BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 This fall a new initiative, the Brother-to-Brother Speaker Series, begins with their first event Sept. 12 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the SAC room 225. This Speaker Series is being spear headed by Michelle Rosemond, the executive director of Retention and Student Success, a newly created
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com On Wednesday, August 23, the IU South Bend Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted the annual Titan Splash Color Run as one of the events available for students during welcome week. Any student who wanted to participate in the run was welcome to, and registered as they arrived
By: ASHLEY COX staff writer Look around and you’ll notice some things have changed around campus. The former Riverside Hall is now named Vera Z. Dwyer Hall, in honor of the $8.75 million donated to the school since 2014 from the Dwyer Charitable Trust. Dwyer Hall now houses both the Health and Wellness Center with
By: KATE LUCE staff writer On Aug. 3 at 3:00 a.m., a public safety advisory was issued to IU South Bend after a report of an injured man was found unconscious outside of campus. The incident took place next to the Student Activity Center’s parking lot, along 20th Street. The man is not a student
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.