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Students speak about campus safety

By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer A college campus is place of higher education, a place people go to further themselves and learn. A college campus should be a place where people feel safe. However, unfortunate as it may be, this is not always so. Is this the case on the campus of IU South

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Susan Elrod on stepping into the role of Chancellor

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief Susan Elrod is excited to come to IU South Bend for many reasons, but a few that stand out have to do with her love of the outdoors. “This is an exciting part of Indiana, because of Michigan and Illinois. The lake right there,” Elrod said. “I’m a nature lover. I’m

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Archery Club shoots for the end of the semester

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer For their final event of the semester, Archery Club competed in a Monopoly-themed shoot at Michiana Archery. The shoot was set up so that members could shoot at Monopoly “money.” Club members tallied up their “money” at the end of the shoot and were able to pick from a

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Mayor Pete announces presidential run

On a rainy and cold Sunday, April 14, South Bend’s Mayor Pete Buttigieg held an event at the Studebaker 84 Building to formally announce his presidential campaign for the 2020 election. Two students working with The Preface were in attendance, Carter DeJong and Taylor Hill.  

Students present research at the Undergraduate Research Conference

BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff writer While students often get the chance to explore research within the classroom, the Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) offers the opportunity for students to expand their research outside of their courses. This year’s conference took place Friday April 12 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The conference showcased

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International Food Festival showcases many cultures

By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer The International Food Festival was held on April 6 at the University Grille. The event featured 20 different countries from around the world. As soon as you entered the building you were met with smells from around the world as students walked around in the traditional dress of their

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