Category: Multimedia

Working in the WERC

By: Chloe Teall Staff-writer    The Dorothy J. Wiekamp Educational Resource Center (WERC) is a facility on campus that students can use for a variety of projects. The WERC is located on the second floor of the Education & Arts Building in room 2010. The hours of operation are Mon-Thurs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m

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Titan tails

By: Chloe Teall Staff-writer Looking to add a new furry friend to your family? Consider adopting one of these pets currently being housed at the Humane Society of Elkhart County. Love animals, but aren’t able to take one in right now? The HSEC is also looking for volunteers and full-time employees to help tend to

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Artist Spotlight: Taylor Garrett

By: Ashley Rose Staff writer/ photographer Taylor Garrett is a sophomore at IU South Bend. She is working to get her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design. The biggest artistic inspiration is everyday life. A lot of her ideas come from being outside.  Speaking on her love for nature, Garrett said

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Artist Spotlight: Chloe Teall

By: Ashley Rose Staff writer/photographer Chloe Teall is a senior at IU South Bend and will be graduating this spring with a Bachelor of Fine Arts as well as a minor in Printmaking. Teall will be continuing her degree at the Herron School of Art where she will earn her Master’s. Teall’s favorite art medium

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Artist Spotlight: Leigha Jones

By: Ashley Rose Staff writer/ photographer Leigha Jones is a sophomore at IU South Bend, earning her degree in fine arts with a concentration in graphic design. Her favorite mediums to create art with are graphite and charcoal.  When asked about her biggest inspiration for art, Jones said: “My biggest inspiration as an artist is

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988

By: Ashley Rose Staff writer/Photographer    In 2018, it was found by the Treatment Advocacy Center that people with mental illnesses are sixteen times more likely to be killed by law enforcement. Statistics like these are what inspired Congress to provide funding through the American Rescue Plan to support the 988 workforce.    988, similar to 911,

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Upcoming Events at IU South Bend

By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief Public Perceptions: Serial Killers & Victims, SAC 206: On Mar. 10 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., join the Political Science Club in SAC 206 to welcome Dr. Stacie Merken for a discussion on the media coverage of serial killers, victims and the public’s ideas on these crimes. LinkedIn Review: On

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Start your day right with HPER classes this fall

By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief Registration is quickly approaching for the Fall semester. HPER classes are for all students who are interested in earning credit by doing physical activity.  HPER classes will fulfill the campus wide general education requirement which requires students to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of physical fitness, holistic health, healthful living

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