Category: Opinion

Business in the Bend: Sway Coffee

By: Alyssa Foster Co-Editor South Bend is home to some of the most unique small businesses that offer one-of-a-kind experiences for residents and visitors to enjoy. From local restaurants to small boutiques, South Bend has adventures waiting for everyone.  Sway Coffee is one of the cleanest, most aesthetically pleasing local coffee spots that I have

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Living with the editors: Burnt and burnt out

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Visiting Writer    Back again. Are we sad knowing that we only have three weeks left of sharing our fascinating lives with you? Absolutely. But we’ll be honest and let you know that we’re ready to be done with this school year, and without the dramatic events that

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Artist Spotlight: Lexi Reynolds

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer    Senior Lexi Reynolds is an involved student at IU South Bend, but she is most known for her art. Reynolds is soon to graduate with a degree in fine arts and a concentration in ceramic. That being said, her favorite art medium to work with is clay. Her biggest artistic inspiration

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Living with the editors: we’re back

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Visiting Writer    Hey everyone. We are back and nothing has changed. Not even our column’s title has changed, yet one of us has not been an editor for about two months. So, why haven’t we changed it? That’s simple. We realized that we have already been running

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Titan tails

By: Chloe Teall Staff-writer Looking to add a new furry friend to your family? Consider adopting one of these pets currently being housed at the Humane Society of Elkhart County. Love animals, but aren’t able to take one in right now? The HSEC is also looking for volunteers and full-time employees to help tend to

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Simple Student Meals: Pasta Salad

By: Taylor Garrett Intern With spring break approaching quickly, a lot of us are wanting to eat healthier to get into shape for summer. There are many things that we could eat to accomplish this, but sometimes eating low calorie meals and salads gets boring. This meal solves the problem, still being healthy but filling

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Your friends in facilities

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor It’s no secret that custodians, groundskeepers, maintenance and other facilities workers keep our campus clean, warm, and working like a well-oiled machine. Even though we can’t do without them, though, many of us go about our days as if they’re invisible, walking past their offices and workstations without so much as

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Living with the editors: twenty-not fun

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and visiting writer    If you have learned anything from reading this column, it should be that Alyssa and Cassidy are extremely dramatic. Let’s be honest: this whole column is just a dramatization of our very average lives. Well, this week was no different, and you’re about to learn

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