Category: SLIDER STORIES

Crop tops not allowed in the SAC

By: Kate Luce Editor-in-Chief    Dress codes can be vital for safety. Most lab classes require students to wear closed-toe shoes and safety equipment; welding sections in sculpture class require students to wear long sleeves, pants, closed-toe shoes, gloves and a helmet. A policy at the Student Activities Center states that students, staff and faculty cannot

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Living with the editors: New homes

By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor-in-Chief and Co-Editor-in-Chief and Community Outreach Specialist    How would you feel if we told you that Cassidy’s bunny, Oatmeal, now has a bigger room than Cassidy, herself? Well, that’s the case in our apartment now, and we are certain that he has never been happier than he is now. 

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Meet The Preface Editors

By: Kate Luce, Alyssa Foster, Mabel Myers, Cassidy Martenson  Editor-in-Chief, Co-Editors-in-Chief, Community Outreach Specialist/Co-Editor  Hi! I am Kate Luce, the Editor-in-Chief for The Preface this semester. While this is not my first time as an Editor, it will be the last time I will be on the paper. I will graduate in December with a

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IU South Bend alumna worked on Belle Gunness trailer

By: Kate Luce Editor-in-Chief Coral Lee Dorsch, BFA ‘20 Graphic Design, is stepping closer to her dreams of becoming a director. Recently, she worked as the production manager and art director on the concept trailer of The Farm. She came into contact with Michael Bernacchi, the writer for the script, through her boyfriend’s father and

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Wellness Days replace spring break

By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer coklimek@iu.edu A new addition to IU South Bend’s academic calendar welcomed for the spring semester, Wellness Days. Three Wellness Days were created in response to the pandemic’s impact on the spring semester.  All classes will not happen, and assignments will not be due on Wellness Days. The specific impact that inspired

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Dental Hygiene Clinic providing area children with free services

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The IU South Bend Dental Hygiene Clinic hosted a no-charge Kid’s Dental Day on Feb. 15 for families in the South Bend area. The event provided over $9165 of services to the community for free. A total of 33 children received dental treatment, and families received information on dental care and

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Bachelor of Science coming to World Languages Department

By: Cassidy Martenson Staff Writer  IU South Bend is expected to offer three new world language degrees for fall 2021. The IU Board of Trustees approved a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in French, German, and Spanish at their February meeting.  The decision will be finalized when the programs are approved by the Indiana Commission of

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New campus tours for prospective students

By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer IU South Bend has adjusted campus tours to comply with COVID-19 restrictions by creating three different tour options for potential future students.  At the beginning of the pandemic and campus closures, all scheduled tours were canceled for the 2020 spring and summer sessions. However, as requests for in-person tours came

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