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Club Profile: Feminist Student Union

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer karfires@iu.edu 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

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Insomnia Cookies opens in South Bend

By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer hefreese@iu.edu A late-night craving for warm cookies might now be a more easily solved problem for the baking challenged. Insomnia Cookies has just recently opened a new, South Bend location. Located at 2130 South Bend Avenue, it is only a short ten-minute drive from the campus of IU South Bend.

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Double or nothing: students taking on double majors

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Double majoring is not a common choice for most students at most universities, but for some, the work that comes with it is worth it in the long run. Most students at IU South Bend who choose to double major are commonly in the Judd Leighton School of Economics

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Men’s basketball snap three game skid

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer On Nov. 6, the IU South Bend Titans men’s basketball team played their best game of the season and it was a thriller. Playing the undefeated IU Northwest Redhawks, the Titans had a lot to prove. The Titans delivered in crunch time, beating the Redhawks 102-99. This broke a three

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Michigan votes to legalize recreational marijuana

By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer cadejong@iu.edu On Election Day, Michigan voters passed Proposal 1 to legalize recreational marijuana use with 56% of voters voted yes on the proposal. 4.3 million Michigan residents turned out to vote this year. Under the new law, Michigan residents 21 years and older will be allowed to keep up to

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Salisbury’s Take: And now, the end is near.

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist I don’t know about you, but I’m tired. With only about two and a half weeks left of classes this semester, I can certainly see the light at the end of the tunnel. The problem is the light feels like it’s coming from a runaway freight train. With the latest

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