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Flu shots come to campus

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer The flu season is upon us and IU South Bend is feeling the fever. Walking down a hall, one may notice an increased number of “class is cancelled” signs posted. Avoiding cancelling class is simple though, according to the IU South Bend Health and Services Nurse Practitioner Teresa Dobrzykowski. According

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Campus Starbucks finally gets almond milk

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer The Starbucks in the Education and Arts Building is finally serving coffee with almond milk. Previously students could order coffee with soy milk but for students who could not use soy or lactose-based products, there was no other milk options. Andrew Vardell, general manager of Sodexo at IU South Bend,

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Staff Spotlight: Anne Drake, Driver’s mother and Director of Disability Services

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @DontWriteDown Director Anne Drake can relate to the students she works with on a daily basis at Disability Support Services. Drake is blind and has been for several years, but she doesn’t let that slow her down. “You know, the term disability has a negative connotation to it,” Drake said

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Shepherd and author to give sustainability lecture

By: C.A. Printup Staff Writer @DontWriteDown    Shepherd and internationally bestselling British author James Rebanks will deliver a lecture in the Sustainability and Innovation series 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 22., in Northside Hall’s performance hall.    Event host Professor Ken Smith started following Rebanks and interacting with him in his class on Twitter. Smith and Rebanks live-tweeted

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Crimson Card comes to IUSB

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @DontWriteDown   IU South Bend has joined the other IU campuses in adopting a new campus identification card, called Crimson Card. Paul Sharpe, executive director of the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology, said that the Crimson Card is the “Mercedes of student IDs.” Students can pay their

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Students make it to final round at state competition

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @dontwritedown Freshman Kendra Turner, 19, and Jack Saunders, 18, made it to the top 16 groups out of approximately 175 groups at the annual Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCATCF) on Tuesday January 10, 2017. “It’s like this big conference thing that they have in different places each year,”

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Students get pumped for new Harry Potter movie

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @dontwritedown “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” is coming out Friday, Nov. 18, and some students at IU South Bend are getting excited. “This is her first non-book movie and I’m really interested to see how it does,” IUSB student Kyree Turner said. “I didn’t care for most of

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Kolbe welcomed as business school dean

By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @dontwritedown The Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics announced Richard Kolbe as its new dean. “As a dean, we would ask people to serve from within the college of Business and Economics,” Executive Vice Chancellor Jann Joseph said. “And then we would look for people across campus who, from

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