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Signing off one last time

By: Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer & Columnist emonhaut@iu.edu  For the past few years, I have been writing for The Preface, studying to obtain my English BA with a double minor in French and Sustainability Studies and a concentration in Creative Writing, and becoming involved as much as possible in all aspects of campus life. Now, I […]

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A new chapter for the English Club

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu The English Club has been resurrected back to the IU South Bend campus for the love of all things literary. The club now regularly meets in DW 3001 on Thursdays at 6 p.m. “We wanted to bring back the English Club because we wanted students to have a space […]

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Book banning, objectivity central to talk given by David Detmer

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Writer Book banning is generally a dangerous practice. While it is important to be aware of potentially controversial or objectionable content that enters print, the act of having a government official or agency attempting to prevent its existence draws close to overstepping the right to freedom of expression granted by the […]

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Author Joseph Bates reads at IUSB

By: NICK WORT Staff Writer Author Joseph Bates entertained a crowd of IU South Bend students and faculty on Wednesday, Feb. 19, with a reading from his new short story collection titled “Tomorrowland.” This stop was a part of his tour to promote the book. “The stories were written over the past six or so […]

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IUSB hosts poets Heather Christle & Chris DeWeese

By: KELSIE FERGUSON Staff Writer Two poets, married, living in one house — imagine the literary puns. Not only did Heather Christle and Chris Deweese give readings of their poetry from the books they’ve published last Thursday in Wiekamp Hall’s Bridge — but they also answered the crowd of about 40 students, staff and general […]