Imagine being forced out of your home so that it can become an addition to a coal mine, destroying everything you call home. That’s what the residents in the hamlet Lützerath, Germany have experienced.
Hello! My name is Karley, and I am a senior here at IU South Bend. While I am counting down the days until graduation, I am very excited to spend my last semester with The Preface. I am a communications major with a concentration in organizational communication and a minor in interpersonal communication. I have a passion for public speaking and plan to make a career out of it after graduating.
My name is Tahyia Alvi. I am a senior at IU South Bend, a peer mentor and a staff writer at The Preface. I’m majoring in Political Science, with minors in Paralegal Studies and Sociology. As a Pakistani, I don’t see much representation of South Asians in the IU South Bend community, so I’m delighted to share some things about myself with you all.
Since the beginning of the spring semester, you may have noticed a major change on the IU South Bend campus. As of this month, the Hammes Bookstore at IU South Bend has moved from Northside to the University Grill-Administration building hallway.
Within student governance, there are many roles to fill. Perhaps the most widely known position is the president of the student body – but how well do students really know their leaders? While this role can be glamorized, the real life duties of the position have many genuine implications. This is why the job is perfect for someone like Christian Martinez.
New year, new you? This new club is the perfect way to jump into a new (or existing) hobby. The IU South Bend Book Club is coming to campus this semester. The club will be focused on reading and group discussions about books.
Jan. 22 marked the year of the rabbit in the lunar calendar. The Lunar New Year – also referred to as the Chinese New Year – is celebrated worldwide, primarily in a number of East Asian countries where it is an observed holiday. Even now, celebrations are growing around the world with each passing year. This year, we celebrate the rabbit – it has waited 12 long years for its time to shine, with the last year of the rabbit all the way back in 2011!
Are you sorely lacking updates about the Physics Club? Are you heartbroken to have missed the last observatory night? Have you been waiting for a one-stop shop for physics news?