Category: News

How the Health and Wellness Center is helping you stay healthy this flu season

By: Emily Trent Staff Writer With the flu season right around the corner, IU South Bend’s Health and Wellness Center is prepared to help students and faculty fight off the flu this season. The Health and Wellness Center is offering “on the go” clinics from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Thursday during the month

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Abortion discussed at Civil Rights Heritage Center

Camden Chaffee Staff Writer Since the landmark Roe V. Wade Supreme Court case in 1972, abortion has become a widely debated topic in the U.S, separating the country into two sects – pro-life and pro-choice. This week, the IUSB Civil Rights Heritage Center decided to tackle this subject by pairing a documentary, “Our Bodies Our

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Staff Profile: New Director of Sports Information

By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer kycampbe@iu.edu Aimee Sinacola, native of Grand Rapids, MI.  joins Indiana University South Bend Athletics as the new Director of Sports Information (SID). During her four year career as a Division I athlete at Liberty University, she studied business marketing while acting as a key player for the school’s women’s soccer

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Art Club makes history with record-breaking paper mâché sculpture

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko Imagine combining 120 hours of work, 60 gallons of wheat paste and a massive amount of paper. What do you get? The world’s largest, free-standing, paper mâché sculpture. IU South Bend’s Fine Arts Club was approached by Martin’s Supermarkets earlier this year with the idea of beating a

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English Club launches the semester with a fun filled game night

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer The IU South Bend English Club held a game night with the Gamer’s Guild September 17 from 3 to 6 p.m. It was a night for literature and game lovers to come together to enjoy pizza and board games. The English Club is aiming to expand this school year. Their

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Alpha Sigma Phi hosts a fundraiser car smash

By: MABEL MYERS Staff Writer There are a variety of ways to take out stress on campus from lifting weights to running the track in the SAC. The brothers of Alpha Sigma Phi decided to take the meaning of stress relief to a new level. They brought an old car for students to hit with

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1st Source and Honor’s talk: How to keep a budget and save money

By: EVA MONHAUT emonhaut@iu.edu Staff Writer “Money, Money, Money. I work all night, I work all day, to pay the bills, I have to pay,” sound familiar? If you can relate to those classics lyrics from Money Money Money by ABBA, you may benefit from some of the tips covered in the three-part lecture series

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Not Quite News: Culture cancelled

By: Brendan McDaniel Staff Columnist @brendan_preface At the beginning of the month, a YouTuber by the username of ContraPoints (legal name Natalie Wynn) found herself in a bit of hot water on Twitter. In a thread discussing the practice of including preferred gender pronouns when one introduces themselves, Wynn vented some frustrations she had based

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