Tag: Alpha Sigma Tau

Alpha Sigma Tau reflect on sisterhood

In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, The Preface spoke to Alpha Sigma Tau, IU South Bend’s only sorority. A few members of the group answered a few different questions on their ideas of being a woman, and what it means to them. 

IUSB makes a splash for the Special Olympics

IU South Bend students and community members took a bone-chilling leap on Feb. 25 during the annual Polar Plunge, a fundraiser promoted each year by the Student Government Association and other campus groups. The event, held at Four Winds Field, included participants ranging in age, ability and occupation.

Painting & prevention

On Tuesday Sept. 20, IU South Bend’s sorority Alpha Sigma Tau hosted an event in the SAC to bring more attention to suicide prevention. The goal for the event was to spread awareness and to educate while allowing listening students to participate in a relaxing task.

Instagram: Another way to get involved on campus

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor    Do you want to be more active in those clubs you signed up for during Welcome Week? Do you have a packed schedule, but still want to support your campus organizations? Do you just want more Instagram followers?    If your answer to any of those questions is “yes,” look no further

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Titans talk about mental health

By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief    The IU South Bend chapter of Active Minds will host Titans Talk, a mental health awareness event, on April 21 from 7-9 p.m. in the Grill. Like “The Vagina Monologues,” Titans Talk is a reader’s theater event at which club members and volunteers will read stories anonymously submitted by IU South

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SGA prepares for benefit dinner

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor    On March 4, the first day of the campus mask-optional policy, the Student Government Association convened to discuss funding requests, the approaching elections, and their upcoming benefit dinner.    In her report, President Rana Hamad noted that there is some community concern about masks being optional after spring break, when students may

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