Graduating SGA President, Kevin Schascheck, reflects on his time at IU South Bend

A retrospective and application of an adventure in higher ed By: KEVIN SCHASCHECK Guest Columnist This is both a look at the past and an expression of hope for the coming years of the campus I have come to know and love. IU South Bend is an extraordinary place situated in a college town that

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Archery Club shoots for the end of the semester

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer For their final event of the semester, Archery Club competed in a Monopoly-themed shoot at Michiana Archery. The shoot was set up so that members could shoot at Monopoly “money.” Club members tallied up their “money” at the end of the shoot and were able to pick from a

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Mayor Pete announces presidential run

On a rainy and cold Sunday, April 14, South Bend’s Mayor Pete Buttigieg held an event at the Studebaker 84 Building to formally announce his presidential campaign for the 2020 election. Two students working with The Preface were in attendance, Carter DeJong and Taylor Hill.  

Printmakers bring their art out into the world

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer A new printmaking project brought students to a new place to show off work; the world around them. Unlike the usual print projects, the audience was the community. Although places differed, the idea of the project was to get artwork out in the world rather than have it in

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Titans baseball falls short in doubleheader

By: AUSTIN PARKS Staff Writer The Titans took on the Saint Xavier University Cougars in a thriller that came down to the last inning in a slug-fest. The Cougars scored in the bottom of the seventh on a walked ball, winning the game one 14-13. The Titans had 13 hits with the Cougars matching them.

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Performing Media Festival brings art and technology together

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Art, music and technology combine together to create a technicolor wonderland for the Performing Media Festival. The Performing Media Festival kicked off in the campus Art Gallery this past Thursday night. The weekend-long festival celebrated New Media artists from around the world and within the community and showcased Integrated New

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The most insane show on television is coming to Netflix

Netflix screen

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist I am an anime fan. That’s pretty inescapable for me at this point, and there’s nothing left for me to do but come to terms with that. Even with anime steadily becoming more mainstream as time goes on, it’s still pretty niche overall, so I get that interest in me

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