Category: SLIDER STORIES

Campus tampon absence seen as potential violation of Title IX

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer Having access to crucial menstrual supplies on campus is a Title IX right that is being violated in many of our campus facilities, according to some. Some of the buildings on IU South Bend’s campus have no menstrual supply dispensers installed, while others installed sit empty. In some situations, the

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The scene of zines

BY KATE LUCE Staff-writer “Zines” are a small-scale, self-produced magazine. They can cover a large range of topics encompassing anything from, music, poetry, feminism and virtually anything else one can think of. The world of zines has been around since the 70’s when photocopiers become readily available to the general public. At first, most zines

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Holistic medicine, scenic attractions and studying in China

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer karfires@iu.edu Yet another study abroad trip has become available this summer for students. The Chinese culture and medicine trip gets students immersed in the culture and practicing traditional medicine in China, and explains the unique approach to disease treatment, prevention and health promotion in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The trip

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Wellness Rooms available throughout campus

By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer IU South Bend’s campus has a Wellness Room in every building on campus besides the library. The Wellness Rooms are designed to provide a privacy room available to all. “A privacy room to all breastfeeding mothers and for those who need quiet and privacy for meditation. The room is secure,

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Biology and Chemistry Club delight curious minds at library

By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The Biology and Chemistry Club held an outreach event at the River Park Public Library on Saturday, Oct. 27. The club had a strong representation with Catherine Vaerewyck, the club’s president, Shahir Rizk, from the Biology and Chemistry department, Emily Heidemann, the club’s secretary, and Chris Stewart, the treasurer,

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Walorski wins 2nd District by 14%

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-In-Chief Congresswoman Jackie Walorski wins Tuesday’s midterm election with 57% of the votes to continue representing Congressional District 2 in Indiana. With Democrat candidate Mel Hall taking 43% of the votes, it was not enough to overpower the incumbent’s status. Walorski celebrated at The Exchange in downtown South Bend, speaking with attendants

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Racist Snapchats shed light on how incidents are handled on campus

By: CARTER DEJONG Staff Writer cadejong@iu.edu Two weeks ago an incident was reported where one student allegedly used racist and offensive language to attack another student’s political views. Screenshots of Snapchat messages posted on Facebook, that included tags to organizations and faculty members on campus, show the student using racist and obscene language in reference

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Titans volleyball defeated by Trolls

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The IU South Bend Titans took on the Trinity Christian College Trolls on Oct. 16 at the Student Activities Center. The Titans looked to break a two game losing skid against the Trolls. The Trolls have been dominating all season with an undefeated Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) record, whereas

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