Category: Multimedia

Art Club makes history with record-breaking paper mâché sculpture

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko Imagine combining 120 hours of work, 60 gallons of wheat paste and a massive amount of paper. What do you get? The world’s largest, free-standing, paper mâché sculpture. IU South Bend’s Fine Arts Club was approached by Martin’s Supermarkets earlier this year with the idea of beating a

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Game on, Titans!

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff writer IU South Bend’s University Information Technology Services (UITS) hosted their annual Game On event on Wednesday, September 11 at Firesides A and B. The event took place from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event included video game battles, virtual reality experiences provided by the UITS of IU Bloomington, free

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Bringing Los Angeles, New York City, and La Porte to IU South Bend

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Laura Cutler truly has lived the life of an artist. Living in the artistic hubs, creating work in many studios, teaching in high schools, colleges, and art centers, and co-owning a gallery and framing business with her husband in La Porte. Cutler is currently substituting for Ron Monsa, painting and

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Annual faculty exhibition makes its rounds once again

By Kate Luce Staff Writer In the midst of demonstrations, fine arts students rarely get the opportunity to see what art their professors like to create outside of campus. The IU South Bend gallery is hosting an opening of the annual Faculty Exhibition on Oct. 3 at 5 p.m. This exhibition will feature fine arts

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Not Quite News: How fake news changed my life for the better

By: BRENDAN McDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface New academic year, new column title, same amateur columnist doing whatever he can to throw a wrench in conventional journalism and reporting. Welcome back to school, everybody! Before I have to cover any bigger stories this year, and before I hear one more thing about the Sony-Disney breakup and

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“Shazam” might just be the saving grace DC movies need

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface So, I’m guessing a lot of you went out to see “Shazam!” recently. Shazam! will have made nearly $200 million in a week since it debuted, doubling its production budget and having started early plans for a sequel presumably right after the box office numbers came in. Superhero movie

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LUNAFEST looks to support women film directors of Michiana

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Writer @brendan_preface It’s not exactly breaking news that the film industry isn’t the most welcoming place for women.  With the #MeToo movement finally starting to slow down, roughly a year and a half after its start in October 2017, people are beginning to wonder what’s next in the fight for equality

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