By: Alyssa Foster My name is Alyssa Foster, and I am most likely an unfamiliar face to most here at IUSB. While I am a sophomore, this is my first year attending college in Indiana. I am originally from LaPorte, but I traveled to St. Charles, Missouri for my freshman year of college at Lindenwood
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By: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron Co-Editors-in-Chief email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Hi! I’m Kate Luce. I have been a staff writer for The Preface for the past three years. Before that, I was a part of my high school’s newspaper for three years, editing for two. In addition to this, I am also the student editor for
By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer email@example.com If you are a Communication Studies major, minor or are interested in the department there are several changes going on that you should be aware of. There are several changes in members of the faculty for the Communication Studies department, as well as potential shifts in degree offerings. Prior
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Giving a presentation on the study of privacy on Sept. 26 was Sandra Petronio, guest of the IU South Bend department of Communications Studies. A nationally renowned scholar, who focuses her study on privacy, as well as a faculty member of the Department of Communications Studies at IU-Purdue University, Indianapolis
By: JOSELYN ELLINGTON Staff Writer Much has changed recently with the IU South Bend Department of Communication Studies—a new office in a new building, new professors and new classes to name a few things—but what remains the same is that staff is open to help point students in the right direction. Faculty members Brett Labbé,
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg will speak at IU South Bend at 5 p.m., Jan. 29, as part of an Arts Lecture series hosted by the Communication Studies Department. The Mayor will speak about issues concerning community leadership, both on local and global scales, including how the South
By: BEKKA OXLEY Staff Writer Good news for students interested in furthering their education at IU South Bend: tentatively set for fall 2015, a master of arts in communication studies will be available for grad students. The new master’s program could be the next step for students coming from a variety of educational backgrounds.