Tag: Emily Trent

Parking issues persist on campus

By: Emily Trent Web Editor/Staff Writer emmtrent@iu.edu Online classes have significantly reduced the number of students parking on campus this fall semester. Many students have few to no in-person classes, which allows them to save on buying a student parking permit.  Due to COVID-19, students were given an extra two weeks to purchase their parking

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Zoom rooms become available on campus

By Emily Trent  Web Editor emmtrent@iu.edu A list of Zoom rooms on campus was recently published by the Office of Academic Affairs. These rooms are for any student who may need a quiet and accessible space to attend virtual classes while on campus.  There is a total of ten Zoom rooms throughout each building on

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Freshman How To

By Emily Trent emmtrent@iu.edu School can be hard. One can be beyond prepared, but sometimes life has other plans as 2020 has shown us. I believe the beginning of the semester is very important for incoming students and because it now looks a little different, I wanted to share my tips and advice for new

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A shot of reality

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer emmtrent @iu.edu Drinking is no secret among college students, and it shouldn’t be hidden. If you are going to drink, you need to know the important facts about alcohol. Titan Productions hosts events every semester to help bring awareness to different issues surrounding college students. This semester they hosted the

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Knowing how to be safe on campus

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer emmtrent@iu.edu Whether students and faculty are on campus after dark for classes, club meetings, events or to study, their safety is something Indiana University Police Department (IUPD) aims to maintain. IUPD is encouraging students to use a new app, RAVE Guardian Safety. The app has different safety features students may

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Finding the right internship through campus programming

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer Many college students rely on internships to gain real world experiences before they enter the workforce. Finding that perfect internship can be a challenge to some students. Some factors that can affect students’ ability to get internships are class schedules, long work hours or simply not knowing where to start

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College beyond the classroom 

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer Dr. Gail McGuire, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at IU South Bend gave an honors talk January 27 in the River Crossing Student Housing. During her discussion, she covered the benefits of Community Engagement and how students can get the most from their experience. Professor McGuire runs the program, Engage IU

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