By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer Winter is around the corner and snow is starting to fall. Bundle up in the winter essentials the IU South Bend community will need during the winter time. Some of the places around South Bend that have what will be needed at an affordable price are: Walmart, Kohls, Target, T.J.
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By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer “Because I am not big into politics, I feel that it was a positive election now that we have both parties representing in Congress and both voices can be heard,” freshman Tyler Welborn said. “With this last election I feel that the results were positive because of the diversity:
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer IU South Bend’s campus has a Wellness Room in every building on campus besides the library. The Wellness Rooms are designed to provide a privacy room available to all. “A privacy room to all breastfeeding mothers and for those who need quiet and privacy for meditation. The room is secure,
By: Ashley Cox Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 8, Neovi Karakatsanis, professor of political science and director of the IU South Bend Honors Program, had the privilege to ask a question at the Indiana U.S. Senate Debate. Her experience at the debate was, “a lot of fun.” “While I have attended debates in the past
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer Experience the new Vera Z. Dwyer Hall on Friday, Sept. 28 from 1-4 p.m. Healthy food, testing and many more offerings will be available throughout the tailgate. The Healthy Titan Tailgate is a gathering at Vera Z. Dwyer Hall. There will be tables set up for people to do testings
By: Ashley Cox Staff writer Violinist Brendan Shea will be performing Sept. 28 in the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall, located in Northside. Shea is from the Euclid Quartet, string quartet in residency at IU South Bend. He will be performing pieces from Eugene Ysaye’s Sonatas as well as Bach compositions.
By ASHLEY COX Staff Writer The Philosophy club has resurfaced this year after a couple of years of not having it here at IU South Bend. “Philosophy club is a place for people to discuss and chat about philosophy and other important issues,” said Marshall Peterson, co-president of the club.
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