By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martinson Co-Editor-in-Chief and Community Outreach Specialist/Co-Editor-in-Chief Welcome back to another week in our lives. Last week we gave you a little bit of a break by introducing you to our boyfriends. However, this week we are back to questioning how we even have boyfriends. This week has consisted of crying,
By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor-in-Chief and Co-Editor-in-Chief/Community Outreach Manager The past couple weeks have been completely different for the two of us. One of us spent ten days in Europe. The other spent ten days in South Bend doing the same thing she has done for the last few months. Cassidy traveled from
By: Reagan Ayala Intern The Community Building in housing was dressed to scare with the annual halloween dance, courtesy of the Resident Hall Association on Oct. 29. RHA is a student-run organization working to improve the quality of life for other students on campus. The group regularly participates in and creates events for the enjoyment
By: Alyssa Foster and Cassidy Martenson Co-Editor-in-Chief and Co-Editor-in-Chief and Community Outreach Specialist How would you feel if we told you that Cassidy’s bunny, Oatmeal, now has a bigger room than Cassidy, herself? Well, that’s the case in our apartment now, and we are certain that he has never been happier than he is now.
By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org A college campus is place of higher education, a place people go to further themselves and learn. A college campus should be a place where people feel safe. However, unfortunate as it may be, this is not always so. Is this the case on the campus of IU South
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com On Wednesday, August 23, the IU South Bend Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted the annual Titan Splash Color Run as one of the events available for students during welcome week. Any student who wanted to participate in the run was welcome to, and registered as they arrived
By: C.A. Printup Staff Writer @dontwritedown There is a pig on campus—a kitty named Piglet to be exact. She lives with me in my dorm at River Crossing Student Housing and is incredibly fat in a good and adorable way. I have an invisible disability—one that requires constant medication, therapy and work. Pet therapy has
By ELISHA HOSTETLER Staff Writer Looking for an apartment can be tedious at best, but for any students out there that need an apartment located off IU South Bend grounds, but still is within walking distance of campus, we have got your back. Out of the 10 apartments that were checked out, only four made