Would you like a chance to have free housing and get paid for it? Then become a Resident Assistant for IU South Bend River Crossing Housing located across the bridge from campus.
By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor and Another week, another column where we tell you all about our work and school stress and poor financial situations. This week is special, though, because the money situation is Cassidy’s necessary purchase rather than Alyssa’s unnecessary shopping. Cassidy was having some car troubles, though nothing seemed to
By: Mara Nolan Intern River Crossing Campus Housing is hiring new Resident Assistants (RAs) for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year as the spring semester comes to a close. “All positions are open,”Loni Oehlwein, Assistant Director of Housing, said. “We are looking to fill eight RA positions and one Senior RA position.” According to Oehlwein, only
By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editors Picture this: your roommate yells from the hallway where her emotional support bunny lives and announces, “I left a present outside your door!” What do you think is outside the door? Alyssa’s first thought was Oatmeal, Cassidy’s emotional support rabbit. She was wrong. It was a potato. A
By: Reagan Ayala Staff Writer With the semester beginning recently, housing is making sure to bring all sorts of events for residents to enjoy. Every month a pair of RA’s plan events for residents to enjoy. In January, RA’s Benson Jangala and Reggie Williams decided to host a virtual bingo night for residents. Benson was
By: Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor / Community Outreach Specialist Last week, St. Joseph County experienced a 75.3% increase in COVID-19 cases. Many of these new cases can be tracked to the new variant, Omicron. IU South Bend is doing everything to keep students safe and mitigate the spread throughout the campus community. According to the CDC,
By: Reagan AyalaStaff-Writer With the new semester starting, fun events for the students are already piling high. One such event was the Titan Cafe, put on by Titan Productions and the Office of Student Life. Hosted in the Community Building on Jan. 20, this event was a relaxing night for students and faculty. The Common
By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Managing Editor and Community We are back. We are not too sure what happens now that we are back, but here we are. Not much has changed since we last updated you on our lives. However, John is now back, and Benjamin is now gone. He is only gone