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
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
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
By MANDI STEFFEY Staff Writer A new group formed by IU South Bend students will hold its first ever performance on Thursday, April 18. The program, designed as a play of monologues and entitled “The Manologues,” will showcase submissions on topics involving manhood—similar to women’s programs like the “Vagina Monologues” and the local version, “Michiana
By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer League of Legends (LoL) has been a wildly popular game, quickly growing in popularity in the past few years. It is known as a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA)-type game. For those unfamiliar with LoL, it is free to download and play online without a limit cap for free play.
DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer The American Democracy Project (ADP) at IU South Bend is sponsoring two days of service in honor of Cesar Chavez day. On March 28 and 29, volunteers are needed to read and present to children in public schools as part of a diversity reading program. Volunteers are also needed to work
By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist On March 15, the rapper Lil’ Wayne reportedly suffered a seizure and then was treated at a nearby hospital in Los Angeles. This kind of celebrity news is something we hear all the time: this person suffers a heart attack, that person falls victim to a drug addiction. For some reason,
By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer IUSB- It’s a dreary evening as the third chancellor finalist to visit campus and meet with the students, faculty, and public, sits down at a table in The Grille. Dr. Elrie LaBrent “Brent” Chrite came to IUSB on January 28, 2013, from Montclair State University where he serves as a