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Meet the new editors of The Preface: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron

By: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron Co-Editors-in-Chief tswaldro@iu.edu, kmluce@iu.edu 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

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SGA election results are in: Kayla Isenbletter wins presidency

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu The IUSB Student Government Association (SGA) election results were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 9 for the 2020-2021 academic year. Kayla Isenbletter won the presidency for the SGA. Rana Hamad won the Vice Presidency. Christian Martinez is Treasurer, and Daphne Galloway is Secretary. Naseem Alfadhl, Tahyia Rehman Alvi, Diana Baca Delgato,

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Fewer food choices on campus this semester due to COVID-19

By Connie Klimek Staff Writer On campus dining is looking a bit different this year. Due to the pandemic, limited dining options are available, with campus only opening two out of their four dining locations. The Grill is open 11a.m. – 3p.m., and We Proudly Serve Starbucks is open 8a.m.-5p.m. Both are open Monday –

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Mandatory fee replaces past fees, financial aid frustrates others

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu Students may have noticed a charge named “Mandatory Fee” of $323.91 for full-time students taken out and put back into their accounts on Sept. 1.  According to Judy Houston, associate bursar, this fee takes into account distance fees, technology fees, laboratory fees, repair and rehabilitation fees and the student activity

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New semester, same old parking problems

By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer tarehill@iu.edu Parking was especially bad on the first week of classes this semester. With students unsure of where to go, not having parking passes, and lots filled, many flooded the street parking areas, both legally and illegally. Residents complained about their street parking being taken. Local police reportedly had initial

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Scaring up some Halloween entertainment

By: SAM HOOVER Staff Writer If you love scary movies, the fall season is the time to watch one. This year brings moviegoers a remake in theaters of “Halloween.” Jamie Lee Curtis stars in the film, reprising her role as Laurie Strode, as her character works on getting revenge on Michael Myers, her brother, a

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Upcoming events for the American Democracy Project

By: Carter DeJong Staff Writer cadejong@iu.edu The American Democracy Project (ADP) has many events planned for the coming months with the midterm elections. Elizabeth Bennion, a political science professor at IU South Bend has been running the project since 2004. The ADP encourages people from all areas of the political spectrum to take part in

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New beginnings set to happen with the Wooden Indian

By: Kate Luce Staff-Writer kmluce@iu.edu Demolition plans for the Wooden Indian are almost set. “We are finalizing the demolition arrangements with the contractor. We hope the demolition will take place in the next month or so,” Director of Marketing at IU South Bend Baierl said. Environmental inspection of the property already took place. Funding for

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