By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Well, my friends, the time has come to say good bye. This will be my last column. As I shared last time, I’ve begun a new job here on campus as part of the leadership team in the Dwyer College of Health Sciences and for the first time in six
Dear Nick, I’m nervous about the holidays. I love my family, and I love getting to see them, but we disagree on almost everything politically. And, they love to bring up those differences to try to get under my skin. I’ve seen and read a lot of articles about this, but I’m still not sure
BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer It is that time of year again. Time to plan classes for the Spring semester, meet with your advisors and look forward to a new semester of fun classes. What classes are you looking forward to next semester and why? Have you met with your advisor yet? We asked you.
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer Winter is around the corner and snow is starting to fall. Bundle up in the winter essentials the IU South Bend community will need during the winter time. Some of the places around South Bend that have what will be needed at an affordable price are: Walmart, Kohls, Target, T.J.
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer “Because I am not big into politics, I feel that it was a positive election now that we have both parties representing in Congress and both voices can be heard,” freshman Tyler Welborn said. “With this last election I feel that the results were positive because of the diversity:
By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer Black Friday is coming soon and retail workers have been preparing for that day since September. From a retail employee’s point of view, here are some tips to get the most out of your Black Friday experience. Patience is key. Everyone is out shopping, and no matter how much retail
Hello Nick, I have a friend who constantly takes free things, even if he doesn’t need them. The other day, he took an entire bag of shoes that don’t even fit him. Why do people do this? What’s the point? -Concerned Friend ANSWER: Hello Concerned Friend, You have the honor of asking the very
By: JOHN LARSON firstname.lastname@example.org Most large video game publishers do their best to stick to titles with a lot of public visibility or from famous development studios. When Square-Enix, publishers of series like “Final Fantasy” and “Dragon’s Quest,” announced earlier this year that they would be publishing a brand-new IP, from a small studio promising