Tag: halloween

Salisbury’s Take: Don’t be scared off by Democracy!

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist Happy Halloween, everyone! This is an especially spooky year because of the midterm election that happens this coming Tuesday. Midterms are always interesting to those of us who follow politics, but I’m not sure the average citizen gets much excitement out of this particular political phenomenon. It is not uncommon,

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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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Physics Department to celebrate dark matter on Halloween

By ALLISSA CORAK acorak@umail.iu.edu Oct. 31 is International Dark Matter Day, and you can bet the IU South Bend Physics Department will take part. The university will be just one of 50 institutions across the nation having a hand in celebrating the unknown. During the Dark Matter Day event hosted by the department, three short

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IU South Bend hosts Halloween events

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko This year’s Halloween Dance, presented by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), occurs on Oct. 26, 2017. The event will begin at 9 p.m. in the Community Building, of River Crossing Student Housing. This dance is what many students are calling the biggest social event of the year, being that it

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Boo to you seeks student help

By: ALICIA FLORES Staff Writer aaflores@umail.iu.edu Cold, brisk evenings, fall boots, pumpkin spiced everything—yes, fall is definitely in the air, which means planning for the annual Boo To You is underway. The Student Government Association’s (SGA) Boo to You committee has been officially planning for about a month, but committee chair and SGA president Stephen

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No more excuses

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Earlier on the week of Halloween, I was reminded again that racism still exists on our fair campus. I have never understood why someone’s beliefs or skin color would make them a better or worse person than someone else. Most of what I’ve witnessed has been some mild social prejudice, and

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