Three years ago, a kid from Indianapolis was lost, he was confused, and he didn’t know where life would take him until he found IU South Bend. Then at IU South Bend, it happened again. Lost and confused and looking for that spark to start the rest of his life, he took a chance and joined The Preface.
The school year may be coming to an end, but our spring sports are still working their way through the season. Both the baseball and softball teams are more than two thirds of the way through their season and are fighting for a spot in the CCAC conference tournament.
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer Titan athletics has been in full swing this Fall season with almost all of the athletic teams participating in games. The volleyball team is currently 14-3 overall, and 10-0 in conference. The softball team had two Fall double headers and won all four games. The women’s soccer team is currently 0-11
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend baseball team was one of the many athletic teams that faced the wrath of the season cancelations due to the pandemic. Their season was stopped abruptly before it even got the chance to really start. Most players took this as their time off, refueling their
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff-Writer email@example.com Sports have always been a large popularity throughout the world and continues on through some students at IU South Bend. Major League Baseball is currently in their postseason and all remaining teams are working their way to the World Series. There are some teams battling it out in the Wild
By: DEMERIS BARLOW Guest Columnist Thursday, Day One: Bus Ride The 13-hour bus ride to Texarkana, Texas was surprisingly very enjoyable. We stopped a couple of times to get food and take bathroom breaks, which were much needed. While we were on the bus, we played a game called, “Mafia,” which took up about five
By: KAYLEE DARNELL Staff Writer IU South Bend’s baseball team’s season is quickly approaching, and for the Titans to get ready for the season, they do what most teams do. They practice, play and prepare. One thing the baseball team has recently inducted into their program that other programs do not do is their annual
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The IU South Bend Titans Baseball team held a draft day and press conference in the Student Activities Center on Friday, September 20, and signed the newest member of the 2020 team, 5-year old Thomas Kabelis of New Carlisle, Indiana. After signing his National Letter of Intent, Kabelis has