By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org With sunny fall weather as the backdrop, three winter king hawthorn trees were planted in the green between Wiekamp Hall and the Administration Building at 11:30 AM on Wednesday, October 9. These trees will be joining other winter king hawthorns on campus. The trees can be identified in part
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief Susan Elrod is excited to come to IU South Bend for many reasons, but a few that stand out have to do with her love of the outdoors. “This is an exciting part of Indiana, because of Michigan and Illinois. The lake right there,” Elrod said. “I’m a nature lover. I’m
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The University System of Georgia posted a press release on March 28 announcing that Jann Joseph was their sole finalist for Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) Presidency. “The opportunity to lead GGC would be a dream come true,” Joseph is quoted in the release. “The path of my career in higher
The search for the next chancellor has been completed.
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The large meeting room, room 220 in the SAC, was only about a third of the way full on Tuesday for an open meeting with the Chancellor Search Committee at IU South Bend. Filled mainly with faculty and staff, with a few students peppered in, the forum began just after
By CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org The search for a new chancellor for IU South Bend is underway. With the leaving of former Chancellor Terry Allison at the end of the Spring semester, interim Chancellor Jann Joseph fills the position until a permanent chancellor is chosen. As a part of the search, the IU
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer IU South Bend Chancellor Terry Allison announced his resignation as chancellor at the conclusion of the academic year in a letter published on the Daily Titan email newsletter on the evening of March 21. “This was one of the most difficult decisions of my life, but both personally and professionally,
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor email@example.com Lester Wolfson, the first chancellor of IU South Bend, passed away at the age of 93 on Feb. 10 at a care center in South Bend. He had been in declining health. Wolfson served as chancellor from 1969 to 1987 and is the longest serving chancellor in the history