Category: SLIDER STORIES

The Michiana Women Leaders Inc. celebrated Women’s Equality Day at the Civil Rights Heritage Center

By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer tarehill@iu.edu Women and supporters in the Michiana area flooded the Civil Rights Heritage Center on the evening of Monday, August 26. Some may recognize this date as Women’s Equality Day. The Michiana Women Leaders Inc. (MWL) used this day to honor women in our community who have impacted others through

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Interested in working for The Preface? We need YOU. 

By: KEN KLIMEK Faculty Advisor We are here for you. We also need you. “We” are the Preface, Indiana University South Bend’s student written, edited and published newspaper. The Preface prints an average of three weeks each month during the academic year. All staff members are paid the university rate. Additionally, we utilize help from

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Rodger Pinto: New face, new attitude

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Last semester, Rodger Pinto was elected as the new Student Government Association president. Pinto originally did not want to become president. Rather, he wanted to leave the position for another interested student, but after joining the SGA as senator and having leadership roles in business and the military, he decided

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Not Quite News: How fake news changed my life for the better

By: BRENDAN McDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface New academic year, new column title, same amateur columnist doing whatever he can to throw a wrench in conventional journalism and reporting. Welcome back to school, everybody! Before I have to cover any bigger stories this year, and before I hear one more thing about the Sony-Disney breakup and

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IU South Bend kicks off the 2019-20 academic year by adding women’s soccer team

By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer kycampbe@iu.edu     IU South Bend is welcoming a new addition to the athletic program this year, Women’s Soccer. The team kicked off their season on Saturday, August 24, against the Cougars at IU Kokomo. Although the season has already begun, the roster has not been finalized due to potential freshman prospects

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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

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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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