Category: News

A shot of reality

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer emmtrent @iu.edu Drinking is no secret among college students, and it shouldn’t be hidden. If you are going to drink, you need to know the important facts about alcohol. Titan Productions hosts events every semester to help bring awareness to different issues surrounding college students. This semester they hosted the

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Midterm Playlist: Music that will help you to succeed

By: MADISON WARD Staff Columnist Whether you have a midterm exam coming up, a five-page paper that is due, or a group project that you are muddling through, here is a list of songs from various IUSB students to motivate you to get that A! DISCLAIMER: It is your prerogative whether to look up the

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Archery Club shoots for a pot of gold

By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer kycampbe@iu.edu IU South Bend’s Archery Club spent last Friday shooting at pots of gold, rainbows, and leprechaun hats. Archery Club is a student-led organization that hopes to provide an opportunity to work on coordination, confidence, and concentration. Archery Club welcomes both students and faculty to participate and step out of

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A Walk in the Woods: Rum Village Park

By: JOHN GRIFFEE Staff Writer Of the many parks in the area, Rum Village is one of the few parks that has something for every age group. Those looking for a park to bring friends, children or relatives to are in luck as the park hosts a variety of attractions and opportunities, with weekly events

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Chris Singleton visits IU South Bend with inspiring message: “Love is Stronger than Hate.”

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer On Monday, February 17, former baseball player for the Chicago Cubs and South Bend Cubs, Chris Singleton, spoke at an event at IU South Bend. He now travels the country as an inspirational speaker, describing his story. Hosted by Titan Productions, Office of Student Life, and Black Student Union organizations

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Actions have consequences: Sex Fest and shaming students at IU Bloomington

By: KATE LUCE Staff Columnist  kmluce@iu.edu Since the beginning of the school year, my younger sister has been involved with the Sexual Health Advocacy Group (SHAG) at IU Bloomington. Earlier this month, the organization had their fourth annual Sex Fest, which included BDSM demonstrations on tying your partner and impact play. This event was not

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Changing the rules on skateboards, women’s soccer team pushing for next semester

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer It came to light that the skateboarding policy has changed last Student Government Association (SGA) meeting. With funding undergoing approval, the women’s soccer team is on track be in full swing next semester. As of now, students are allowed to use skateboards, penny boards and longboards in housing only. Students

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Honors talk gives tips on applying to graduate school

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer emonhaut@iu.edu Graduate school is not for everyone, but for individuals considering life after receiving an undergraduate degree, it is important to know what potentially comes next. Dr. Neovi Karakatsanis, the director of the Honors Program at IU South Bend, believes it is crucial that students considering grad school are prepared

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