Category: Opinion

Students get pumped for new Harry Potter movie

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @dontwritedown “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” is coming out Friday, Nov. 18, and some students at IU South Bend are getting excited. “This is her first non-book movie and I’m really interested to see how it does,” IUSB student Kyree Turner said. “I didn’t care for most of

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SGA President preaches hope in time of distress for many

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President According to Webster’s dictionary, a demagogue is “a leader who makes use of popular prejudices and false claims and promises in order to gain power.” There is no doubt, based on this definition, that America elected a demagogue last week. There is also no doubt that there are many communities

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Farewell from the editor’s desk

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief editorpreface@gmail.com Dear reader, I am the editor in chief of The Preface, the official student newspaper of IU South Bend, and I never would have had this job at any other university. I am a non-traditional student, a term demographers use to describe those of us in college who

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Wii U: The latest casualty in gaming

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Staff Writer We all know that technology fades quicker than the Cleveland Indians in the World Series. Sorry to any Tribe fans, but the joke was right there. Video game systems are one of the most prominent casualties out there and have been for some time. Before the day I turned 18,

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Salisbury’s take

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President When I look out the window of my office onto the center of campus and I see the beautiful fall colors that surround us, I’m reminded of how quickly time passes on our journeys. It seems like so many of us are just counting the days until the semester is

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