Category: Opinion

We Asked You: Do you get your food on campus?

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer While running around on campus do you get hungry? With different food locations at IU South Bend’s campus, students and staff have a few choices while on the go. Do you decide to go to a location on campus to eat, or would you rather go off campus? We asked

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Salisbury’s Take: Who needs a break this week?

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist My last few columns have been about super serious topics, so when I sat down to write this week, I thought I might like to lighten things up a bit. I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things in the world to do is nothing! Jerry Seinfeld

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Salisbury’s Take: Listen up men, this one’s for you!

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist  Let me start this column by stating unequivocally that I believe Christine Blasey Ford. Many of you reading this might be saying, “What in the world are you talking about?” So, for those of you who might have been living under a rock for the past several weeks, let me

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Staff Profile: Get to know Henry Freese

By: HENRY FREESE hefreese@iu.edu Hello! My name is Henry Freese, and I am a senior here at Indiana University South Bend. This is my first semester working at “The Preface” campus newspaper here at Indiana University South Bend. I am working towards obtaining my bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, with a concentration in Journalism, as

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Salisbury’s Take: An insider’s view of the political process

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist I’m running for office this election cycle. I’ll not tell you where or for what position because this is not a campaign ad. However, I do approve of this message! The position I am running for is an extremely low-stakes office in an extremely small town. In fact, the town

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Salisbury’s Take: Asking the question, “What does true patriotism look like?”

By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist     Our country lost a great American hero in the past couple of weeks. Senator John McCain (R) of Arizona died four days short of his 82 birthday on August 25. He was the victim of an aggressive brain tumor known as a glioblastoma, the same type of cancer

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