Hosts Rachel Altum and Courtney Catanzarite go on a waffle adventure.
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Last semester I was an intern for The Preface. This semester I decided to rejoin as a part of the staff. I am currently a 21-year-old senior and I will graduate in December of 2014. I love animals, specifically dogs. I have an English Bulldog named Bella. She is the apple of my eye. She
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer While the fall semester is the big recruitment semester for Greek organizations, students can still join in the spring. Students interested in fraternities and sororities are able to go to events involving the one that they are interested in. If the sorority is equally interested they will give the potential
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer From now until Jan. 31, students are able to go to the fitness classes in the Student Activities Center (SAC) for free. After that, students must pay either $2 per class, $20 for eleven classes or $60 for the entire semester. Changes are made each semester to the class schedule
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer The week of Nov. 18 marked International Studies week at IU South Bend. “International Studies week is a nation-wide event, where universities all across the country celebrate this week,” said Lisa Zwicker, director of International Programs. The week was packed full of events such as an International Scavenger Hunt, an
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer With the ever-increasing cost of higher education, financial aid may be more crucial than ever for some students to make it through college without hefty student loans. At IU South Bend, students have a variety of options when it comes to applying for scholarships. “Scholarships are an excellent way at
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer This semester’s Career and Internship Fair took place on Wednesday, Sept. 25, with students from all grades and ages in attendance. “Over 65 employers came waiting eager and excited to talk to students about part-time and full-time jobs as well as internship opportunities,” said Meagan Thornburg, career counselor for the