Category: Opinion

Meet the Staff: Kaylee Darnell

By Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer kaysdarn@iu.edu For those of you who don’t know who I am, hey, my name’s Kaylee and I am a junior here at IU South Bend. I am majoring in Communication with a focus in Journalism and minoring in Personal Relations. I am also a member of the softball team and am

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A Walk in the Woods: Revisited

By John Griffee Staff-Writer jgriffee@iu.edu Every park tells a story and therein lies the beauty of a hike. Often times, hiking is considered a slow amble through the woods on trails, however hiking goes deeper than that.  When you walk through a park, you’re engaging with the history of the land and the life in

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Marvel’s newest release

By: Tori Wilson Staff Columnist wilsonvr@iu.edu With everything going on between COVID, classes being online and places being closed then slowly reopening with restrictions, it seems like not a whole lot of good has happened. However, one good thing to happen in 2020 is Marvel and Square Enix’s newest release.  On Sept. 4, Marvel and

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Meet the new editors of The Preface: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron

By: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron Co-Editors-in-Chief tswaldro@iu.edu, kmluce@iu.edu Hi! I’m Kate Luce. I have been a staff writer for The Preface for the past three years. Before that, I was a part of my high school’s newspaper for three years, editing for two. In addition to this, I am also the student editor for

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Meet the new layout manager of the Preface: Livia Jastrzebski

By: Livia Jastrzebski Layout Manager ljastrze@iu.edu Hello! I’m Livia Jastrzebski, the new layout manager for The Preface. I am a Junior at IU South Bend, and my major is graphic design. I also currently work for the American Democracy Project (ADP) on campus. With the upcoming presidential election this fall, we have a lot of

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Tasty Tips with Tay: What are we eating in the time of quarantine?

By Taylor Waldron Co-Editor-in-Chief tswaldro@iu.edu Hello foodie readers and novice chefs! I have missed this so much. During our 5 month break, I’ve been cooking, eating junk food and watching far too many Tik Toks.  I’ve ventured into the side of food Tik Tok, and there are so many recipes I want to share with

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Reading Between the Lines with Eva: Are E-Readers Evil?

By Eva Monhaut Columnist emonhaut@iu.edu In an age of technology, it is not uncommon to see people reading from screens compared to five to eight years ago. E-readers are portable, quite light-weight and can hold thousands of books at once versus a bookbags limit. Plus, downloading an eBook is often much cheaper than purchasing the

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