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New dental hygiene facility has bright future

Click photos for captions By: SARAH E. WARD Staff Writer The former location of IU South Bend’s dental hygiene clinic was crowded, aging and not meant to be a permanent dental clinic. Still, the program had been operating in Riverside Hall along Northside Boulevard since 1969, where it was intended to stay only on a

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Titan Productions events include trivia & wings night, sex talk and open mic

By: MELISSA SEYBOLDT Staff Writer Titan Productions has announced a tentative line-up of events for students this semester. “I think we are looking forward to a really fantastic, exciting, and fun-filled spring semester,” said Ross Ford, executive producer for the organization. Students Tesla Hardesty and Alyssa Neece have recently joined the Titan Productions Team, according

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South Bend offers local holiday shopping alternatives

By: MELISSA SEYBOLDT Staff Writer Since 2010, American Express has urged people to dedicate the day af­ter Black Friday to “shopping small,” calling it Small Business Saturday. Such efforts have aided in spreading the word about the positive impacts local shopping has on communities. Not only does shopping locally support families close to home –

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Leighton School Ranked by Bloomberg Businessweek

News via www.iusb.edu/news The MBA program at the Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics at IU South Bend, is ranked for the first time by Bloomberg Businessweek. The program is ranked 15th in the Midwest and 68th in the country in the part-time MBA programs category. Seventy-eight schools made the listing. In the Midwest

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Campus Briefs

S.A.S. to host “I Love Me/Self Appreciation Week” Sisters Assisting Sisters (S.A.S.) will host a weeklong event titled “I Love Me/Self-Appreciation Week” from Monday, Nov. 18, through Friday, Nov. 22. The five days will offer info on subjects including bullying, health and wellness, self-appreciation, safety, inspirations and aspirations. Throughout the week, the club will be

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Criminal Justice Club protests SGA president’s funding veto

Members of the Criminal Justice Club arrived at Friday’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting carrying handmade signs condemning President Lee Cohen. The reason behind their anger? A vetoed funding request.

New IUSB Chancellor Terry Allison talks hopes, goals for campus in his upcoming role

By DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer      The decision has been made regarding the new chancellor of IU South Bend—Terry Allison will be officially appointed by the board of trustees in IU Bloomington on April 11. He will take his position as chancellor on July 1. Allison says student retention will be a first priority

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Chancellor Search: Elrie LaBrent “Brent” Chrite of Montclair State University

By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer IUSB- It’s a dreary evening as the third chancellor finalist to visit campus and meet with the students, faculty, and public, sits down at a table in The Grille. Dr. Elrie LaBrent “Brent” Chrite came to IUSB on January 28, 2013, from Montclair State University where he serves as a

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