By: Reagan Ayala Intern This semester has seen more events on campus than in previous years. It feels like there are three new events every single day. It can be really hard to figure out what to attend. Luckily, IU South Bend Student Life has made it easier for everyone to know what’s going on.
By: MADISON WARD Staff Columnist Whether you have a midterm exam coming up, a five-page paper that is due, or a group project that you are muddling through, here is a list of songs from various IUSB students to motivate you to get that A! DISCLAIMER: It is your prerogative whether to look up the
By: MADISON WARD Staff Columnist We all know that school emails can be annoying. Updates about random events we are not interested in, internship applications that do not coordinate with our major, notifications that are specifically for graduates or specifically for undergraduates, but that get sent to every single student anyway—sometimes we think that maybe
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Bill Tourtillotte’s basic printmaking class and Ken Smith’s book cover design class have teamed with Brian Lair Books, a local bookstore specializing in books that provide inclusivity. Smith was contacted by the owner of Brain Lair Bookstore to have a class engage in a project for the bookstore, which
By: BRENDAN McDANIEL Staff Movie Weirdo @brendan_preface This Sunday, movie lovers across the United States are going to be subjected to the Oscars, the single most needlessly extra event in American pop culture. I am not here to convince you that the Oscars are either good or bad. The Hollywood elites who benefit from the
By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer email@example.com This semester the IU South Bend Bee Art Contest, hosted by the Center for a Sustainable Future, buzzes back to campus for its second year. Contest organizer, Julianna Rieckmann, announced that this year the contest is not only open to students at IU South Bend but to the entire
By: EVA MONHAUT Columnist firstname.lastname@example.org New Year! New Reads! Here are the top books I am looking forward to being released and reading in 2020. “The Vineyards of Champagne” by Juliet Blackwell Set during World War I in the French countryside, this novel explores the strength of a group of women standing up against the
By: MADISON WARD Staff Writer We all know winter can get us feeling down. For those of you who could use some help getting through the cold season, here are some songs from various IU South Bend students that they are listening to right now. DISCLAIMER: It is your prerogative whether to look up the