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IUPUI Communications Professor, Sandra Petronio speaks at IUSB

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer The Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts Lecture Series kicks off on Sept. 26 featuring Sandra Petronio, Ph.D. The lecture will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the Louise D. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall. The lecture is free to attend and an opportunity for students and

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New beginnings set to happen with the Wooden Indian

By: Kate Luce Staff-Writer kmluce@iu.edu Demolition plans for the Wooden Indian are almost set. “We are finalizing the demolition arrangements with the contractor. We hope the demolition will take place in the next month or so,” Director of Marketing at IU South Bend Baierl said. Environmental inspection of the property already took place. Funding for

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Chancellor search forum opens floor for concerns

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief clark66@iu.edu  The large meeting room, room 220 in the SAC, was only about a third of the way full on Tuesday for an open meeting with the Chancellor Search Committee at IU South Bend. Filled mainly with faculty and staff, with a few students peppered in, the forum began just after

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Cops and Hot Dogs

BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The IU South Bend Police Department were a part of a community outreach program, Hot Dogs with the Cops, on Sept. 12 on top of the parking garage. Students, faculty, staff and police came together to enjoy music, a fresh, grilled hotdog and each other’s company. Kurt Martz, Chief

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Spotlight to shine on program to encourage leadership and giving by the women of IU South Bend

By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Staff Writer     Women of IU South Bend is a new program created to highlight and foster humanitarian giving by women coming to the university. It serves as the campus connection to a program started ten years ago by IU First Lady, Laurie Burns McRobbie, called Women in Philanthropy. In

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Salisbury’s Take: Asking the question, “What does true patriotism look like?”

By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist     Our country lost a great American hero in the past couple of weeks. Senator John McCain (R) of Arizona died four days short of his 82 birthday on August 25. He was the victim of an aggressive brain tumor known as a glioblastoma, the same type of cancer

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Titans volleyball drop their third straight

By AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer     The IU South Bend women’s volleyball team traveled to Sylvania, Ohio, on Saturday, August 25 taking on Lourdes University and Taylor University in a double header.     The Titans got off to a bad start against the Lourdes University Gray Wolves with a service ace followed by

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