By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The Preface is offering IU South Bend students opportunities for internships in the spring 2021 semester and fall 2021 semester. This internship will fulfill course number J-290, which is an essential credit for Journalism majors, but any student in any major can apply to be a part of the internship.
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The Student Government Association (SGA) has elected Boris Toure as a new senator. Toure faced against Maddie West and Gurpreet Singh. The SGA thanked both West and Singh for preparing well and making it a challenge to elect a new senator. They asked that they apply again in the Spring
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The Political Science Club hosted a discussion about what the criminal justice system should serve. Dr. Stacie Merken, assistant professor in criminal justice, led the role of adding to the conversation by speaking on historical, academic and local information about the prison system. One of the first questions posed to
By: Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer email@example.com As the entire IU community prepares for the rest of the semester being entirely online, many students may be worried about not being able to access the necessary resources for their courses. At IU South Bend both, the Schurz Library and the Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons, will be remaining open
By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The IU South Bend Honors Program merged with the Gamers’ Guild for an Among Us game night on Nov. 28. The idea of an Among Us game night originally came as a suggestion from an honors student. Ian Greaves, President of the Gamers Guild and Honors student, also suggested the event
By: Eva Monhaut Staff Writeremonhaut@iu.edu The holidays are the perfect chance for students to step back, spend time with loved ones and give back to their community; this Thanksgiving students have a new opportunity to give back. The Student Nurses Association was collecting donations from Nov. 12-19 for Hope Ministries in South Bend. Hope Ministries
By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer IU South Bend students have recently been given the opportunity to virtually read to Hay Elementary School students. Students of IU South Bend have been asked to record themselves reading a children’s book for children in grades K-5. These virtual book readings will be added to the Hay Elementary School Library,
By: Emily Hinds Intern In the spirit of the changing seasons, Titan Productions planned a “Cocoa and Canvas Night” for students and the community on Oct. 13. The purpose of this event was to help students take their mind off the stress of school by enjoying a nice cup of hot cocoa and getting in