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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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
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
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com The theatre and dance department at IU South Bend put on the production, “Mamma Mia!” last weekend. The show ran from Thursday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 7. The production had several sold-out shows. The musical includes a variety of acting, dancing and singing. It includes the timeless songs
On Wednesday Oct. 3, the Daily Titan announced the passing of a faculty member. “Dr. Jackie Collins, a long-time and valued member of the IU South Bend community, passed away unexpectedly last week,” said the announcement, posted by Ken Baierl, director of marketing and communications for IU South Bend. “Per her wishes, cremation was chosen.
By: HENRY FREESE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org As the sun set on Richard “Dick” Pfeil Field on Tuesday, Sept. 11, the IU South Bend team was outside practicing. They were about halfway through their short, five-week long fall scrimmage season, which runs from Aug. 27 to Sept. 29. As they practiced, they were looking for redemption.
By: ASHLEY COX staff writer Look around and you’ll notice some things have changed around campus. The former Riverside Hall is now named Vera Z. Dwyer Hall, in honor of the $8.75 million donated to the school since 2014 from the Dwyer Charitable Trust. Dwyer Hall now houses both the Health and Wellness Center with