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On and off campus critters

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer We’re all familiar with the campus critters who keep us company between classes: geese, squirrels, birds, groundhogs and the occasional chipmunk or duck. But what about the critters that keep us company at home and are there to greet us after a long day at school? Meet some of your fellow

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Titan tails

By: Chloe Teall Staff-Writer    As an Indiana resident, it’s hard to know exactly when the snow will end, but we can rejoice in the fact that it is technically spring anyway! I cannot think of a better way to celebrate the turn of the season than with a new best friend. Until April 30th, the

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Simple student recipe: Veggie quesadillas

By: Taylor Garrett Intern    For lunch, I always like to make something that is fast and can be cleaned up easily. My go-to is always some kind of quesadilla because they are so easy to make! Now, this might not be a fancy authentic quesadilla that you get at an amazing Mexican restaurant, but it

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Simple student recipe: Sugar cookie pizzas

By: Taylor Garrett Intern    Spring is finally here, and nothing sounds better right now than sweet cookies and fruit. This recipe combines those two perfectly creating a batch of individual sugar cookie pizzas! Ingredients • your favorite store-bought sugar cookie dough (I used Pillsbury)  • your favorite fruit (I used pineapple, strawberries, and blueberries) •

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Titan Tails

By: Chloe Teall Staff-writer     We are in the home stretch of the semester, and what could be better than going into summer with a new best friend? The Elkhart Humane Society has a plethora of adoptable pets to suit everyone’s unique preferences and lifestyles. If you don’t have the time to commit to a pet

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Our women on campus

By: Ashley Rose

Artist Spotlight: Kaelei Johnson

By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer    Kaelei Johnson is a sophomore at IU South Bend majoring in Art Education. Johnson’s favorite medium is acrylic art. When discussing her biggest artist inspiration, Johnson talked about her high school art teacher, Mr. Ryan Sergeant, from Mishawaka High School.     “Mr. Sergeant was always a dedicated teacher to all of his

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