It aint safe in Westeros, watch the throne By CECELIA ROEDER Design Editor It’s a story good enough to dethrone vampires. HBO’s announcement last Monday that their highly rated fantasy saga Game of Thrones (GOT) would continue into a fourth season was no surprise. Strong international DVD sales, a plethora of domestic illegal downloads,
By LAUREN PAJAKOWSKI Staff Writer The First Annual Community Health Day is coming to IU South Bend on April 13. Hosted by the dental hygiene program and the school of nursing, this free community event will offer numerous services to the public while giving dental hygiene and nursing students a chance to practice their skills.
Hi, I’m Christina Clark. This is my first full semester as a writer and columnist for The Preface and I couldn’t be happier about it. I’m currently still a freshman at IUSB, interested in mass communications and hoping to have a concentration in journalism and new media. As a non-traditional student, I started at IUSB
Artist profile: Sarah Cukrowicz By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer At the end of every semester, students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts display their finest work around campus and in exhibitions. One of those artists is Sarah Cukrowicz, whose art is on display in
By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist We all love soaking up culture, but have any of you thought about cat culture? Cat culture is all around us. People scour the internet everyday for cute videos of cats in bathtubs, cats licking each other and the like. Luckily for me, I don’t have to watch these videos. Cat
By CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Marriage equality has been a hot-button topic recently, involving the Supreme Court in the possible overturn of Proposition 8. It has brought out the ugly in both sides of the debate, but it has brought out the love in both sides as well. Seeing such things as “I may not approve,
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer From filling out endless paperwork to adjusting to new environments to reconnecting to peers, the transition from student life to military life can be overwhelming for many veterans. IU South Bend student veterans seeking aid in this transition by connecting with the Student Veteran Organization of IUSB would not only
By NICK WORT Staff Writer On Tuesday, March 26, the Northside Recital Hall was packed with students eager to hear comedian Dan Ahdoot. The event, which was open to IUSB and Ivy Tech students, was hosted by the Titan Productions team. Ahdoot, who has come to IUSB before, has been featured on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” NBC’s “The Last Comic Standing” and “The