By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org At IU South Bend, there are several opportunities to publish work in a scholarly journal, anthology, or magazine. The newest student led anthology, Michiana Sustainability Themed Anthology, is accepting various mediums of sustainability related work, including poetry, short stories, graphic narratives, photography, paintings, and sketches. The deadline for submissions
By HENRY FREESE Staff writer email@example.com The IU South Bend Political Science Club and the American Democracy Project will host the second annual Democracy Plaza! Constitution Day celebration on campus on Monday, September 17. The second annual Democracy Plaza! Constitution Day celebration will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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: LOREN VUKOVITS Staff Writer No one can say that the Advertising and Marketing Club (ACMC) isn’t a group of incredibly creative people. They’ve had quite the track record of interesting fundraisers. In November of 2015 the club duct-taped their faculty advisor, Anurag Pant, to a wall. And in late 2016, students could pay money
By: KENDALL ASBELL Staff Writer The Men’s Baseball team received $4,500 from the Student Government Association (SGA) for new uniforms. According to Senator Lois Kassem, last year’s head coach overspent on the teams budget, leaving the team with a budget lower than originally planned for. The team also had an addition of 30 new players,
By: GEOFF LESAR Staff Writer Legends are not made overnight. As IU South Bend senior Chance Starcher can attest, neither are campus clubs. Founder and president of the League of Legends at IUSB, Starcher presides over weekly gatherings of gamers bent on leveling-up and getting down on the online, multi-player action of one of the
By: BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer The New Follies Cabaret Club, a newly-organized group on campus, wants to give South Bend a taste of classic vaudeville. IU South Bend students interested in performing acts inspired by the 1920s recently met. Right now, the club mostly consists of IUSB theater students who plan on including community members
By FELICIA LOVE Guest Writer At IU South bend, there are over 50 student clubs and organizations that students can join. Whatever cultural group you are a part of or want to engage with, you are always welcome to be a part of the fun. Cultural clubs provide students with the opportunity to socialize with