Category: News

Marching to the B.E.A.T. of their own drum

By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer      Trying to describe The B.E.A.T.’s music is difficult for even the band members. Billy Easton, MC for The B.E.A.T., may have said it best when he said their sound was “a very sci-fi version of The Roots. The descriptions really don’t stop, it’s just some really underground stuff that

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Strong finish and strong academics define Titan women’s basketball season

Coach Steve Bruce aims to keep improving team By JOSEPH GRAF Managing Editor Sometimes, it’s not about how you start. It’s about how you finish. For the Titan women’s basketball team, a strong finish helped to cap off a season that started with uncertainty. Finishing with an overall record of 15-17 and a conference record

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New IUSB Chancellor Terry Allison talks hopes, goals for campus in his upcoming role

By DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer      The decision has been made regarding the new chancellor of IU South Bend—Terry Allison will be officially appointed by the board of trustees in IU Bloomington on April 11. He will take his position as chancellor on July 1. Allison says student retention will be a first priority

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The pros and cons of taking a summer semester at IUSB

By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer  Now that spring break is over, the countdown to summer begins. It’s also time decide if part of summer should be spent in a classroom. Enrolling for summer semester has its advantages for students willing to sacrifice a homework-free and lecture-free summer break. Some students may have already decided, while

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Student honors brother and fights muscular dystrophy with “Alex’s Angels”

By SARAH DUIS Editor-in-Chief For the third year, IU South Bend student Kayla Walker will honor her brother by walking in the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Muscle Walk with the team she founded—Alex’s Angels. “My team has continued to grow over the years and includes my closest friends and family as well as some of

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Mixed nuts: The news from spring break

By CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist I hope everyone’s spring break was very eventful, and full of sunshine! It took until Thursday to get some sunshine in good ol’ South Bend, but the fact that we got some is an event in and of itself. But I’m not complaining about being stuck in South Bend for the

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Titan men clock in best season in school history

Coach Tapp’s attitude and ethic helps to turn around program By JOSEPH GRAF Managing Editor Throughout the history of varsity basketball at IU South Bend, the men’s teams had always seemed to take a backseat to the women’s teams. They never seemed to enjoy the same type of success or winning seasons that the women

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