Tag: Emily Yussum

Unified for 25 opens anniversary celebration

By: EMILY YUSSUM Staff Writer eyussum@iusb.edu IU South Bend’s Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts is center stage once again, celebrating over two decades of providing the arts to its students and the public. IUSB will host Unified for 25, for the IU community beginning with a reception at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7,

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IUSB campus and community invited to celebrate IU

By: Emily Yussum Staff Writer “It’s historic. It’s first-ever. It’s for all who love IU!” As a student, faculty member or fan of Indiana University, anyone can join in on the 24-hour, worldwide celebration of IU Day on April 12, which promotes engagement, university pride and giving. Indiana University has branches throughout the state and

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IUSB student makes dream a reality for reality TV

By: EMILY YUSSUM Staff Writer Most students wait for the end of college to pursue a huge career break. But IU South Bend senior LaToria Land isn’t like most students. Land was in charge of a casting call for a reality TV show created at the end of last year. The show, “Dakor,” focuses on

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Guest artists perform at upcoming Lift Every Voice concert

By: EMILY YUSSUM Staff Writer The eighth annual “Lift Every Voice: Celebrating the African American Spirit” concert will be held 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, in the Northside Hall Campus Auditorium. The South Bend Symphonic Choir and IU South Bend Gospel Choir will perform alongside special guests in celebration of Black History Month. Composer Marques

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Starving for alcohol: Is “drunkorexia” becoming a college craze?

By: EMILY YUSSUM Staff Writer A vodka-cranberry cocktail—one of the lowest calorie drinks—roughly contains 200 calories. This means that some young adults consume 1,200 calories in booze per sitting. That math seems to weigh on quite a few students’ minds and it has been leading to a condition known as drunkorexia. A rising number of

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IUSB to host eating disorder awareness event

By: EMILY YUSSUM Staff Writer February is Eating Disorder Awareness Month and an upcoming campus event will focus on bringing eating disorder awareness to IU South Bend students and the surrounding community. IUSB will host “What Are You Hungry For? An evening of Theater, Education and a Call to Action” for the IU South Bend

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