By: Mira Costello Co-Editor If you were born and bred here in South Bend, chances are that you’ve never seen a Chinese hammered dulcimer or played a Japanese Taiko drum. You may never have even tried sushi. In that case, you’re lucky to be an IU South Bend student – because our campus is home
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Connie Klimek Staff-Writer After celebrating a successful first year, IU South Bend’s peer mentor program, Titans Mentoring Titans, is looking to expand with new mentors, as many as possible. Involvement in Titans Mentoring Titans benefits mentors just as much as mentees. As the program’s sponsor, Mentor Collective, provides mentors with information regarding networking and how
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief The Student Government Association is revving up for their 2021 election, which officially begins April 13 and lasts until April 14. While many familiar faces in the SGA will be in the election, some new faces are coming to play a role in the SGA. Students should check the Daily Titan,
By: EVA MONHAUT staff writer email@example.com The CLAS (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences) is collecting donations for the YWCA through Feb.14, as part of their drive to support our local community. Everyday items such as deodorant, shampoo and conditioner are needed, as well as adult pajamas, large cans of fruits and vegetables and towels.
By: NICK WORT Staff Writer Author Joseph Bates entertained a crowd of IU South Bend students and faculty on Wednesday, Feb. 19, with a reading from his new short story collection titled “Tomorrowland.” This stop was a part of his tour to promote the book. “The stories were written over the past six or so
By: BRIDGET JOHNSON Staff Writer Is being born in Germany enough to make a person German? The Diversity in Film series at IUSB is exploring German identification and immigration struggles. The Civil Rights Heritage Center and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are sponsoring the events. On Jan. 27, they kicked off the series of