Category: Opinion

Titan tails

By: Chloe Teall Staff-Writer    As an Indiana resident, it’s hard to know exactly when the snow will end, but we can rejoice in the fact that it is technically spring anyway! I cannot think of a better way to celebrate the turn of the season than with a new best friend. Until April 30th, the

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A thank you to IU

By: Chloe Teall Staff-Writer    To be candid, when I started at this university four years ago I had pretty low expectations. As a South Bend native I harbored some disappointment for not being able to go to another city, move into a dorm, and live out the college experience as I’d seen it depicted in

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Simple student recipe: Veggie quesadillas

By: Taylor Garrett Intern    For lunch, I always like to make something that is fast and can be cleaned up easily. My go-to is always some kind of quesadilla because they are so easy to make! Now, this might not be a fancy authentic quesadilla that you get at an amazing Mexican restaurant, but it

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Living with the editors: Avocados and geese

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Visiting Writer    We hope you all had a good week, because we can’t say we did. Cassidy got an avocado, and that was the highlight of the entire week.    We have to begin this with a shout out to Cassidy’s professor, Dr. Davis. We know you’re reading

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Simple student recipe: Sugar cookie pizzas

By: Taylor Garrett Intern    Spring is finally here, and nothing sounds better right now than sweet cookies and fruit. This recipe combines those two perfectly creating a batch of individual sugar cookie pizzas! Ingredients • your favorite store-bought sugar cookie dough (I used Pillsbury)  • your favorite fruit (I used pineapple, strawberries, and blueberries) •

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Living with the editors: The final countdown

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Visiting Writer    Are you all aware that Cassidy used to be a professional cake decorator?     Sorry, that was a weird way to start. Hi. Welcome back. Did you know that Cassidy was a professional cake decorator? Cassidy thinks that it is insane that Alyssa went to college

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Woods’ Warmth

By: Connie Klimek Staff-writer Known for her warm smile and comforting presence, you may recognize junior I’Vory Woods around campus. Woods’ involvement extends across campus: she is a Gateway peer mentor, and a member of the Student Social Work Association, the Black Student Union, and Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship. Passionate to be a voice that

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