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Share a piece of your culture in the International Student Organization’s Cookbook

By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer The International Student Organization at IU South Bend is in the midst of creating a cookbook for all students to share cultural recipes with the university community.  The hope for this cookbook is to evolve into a tradition for future Titans to participate in while continuing to expand the amount and

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Center for a Sustainable Future hosts virtual pollination event

By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer The IU South Bend Center for a Sustainable Future hosted a “Planting for Pollinators” event on Thursday through a live stream. The event lasted just under 45 minutes and provided viewers with information on pollinators and why they play such important roles.  IU South Bend is currently one of 11

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19 years of dedication to IU South Bend: Larry Lambert to retire after spring 2021

By: Cassidy Martenson  Staff-Writer  After nearly two decades Larry Lambert, associate professor of communication arts, will retire at the end of this semester. His passion, kindness and dedication to the IU South Bend community will be missed by faculty and students.  Lambert received his Ph.D. in Communication and Culture with a focus in rhetoric from

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IU President-Elect, Pamela Whitten, visits IU South Bend

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief A whirlwind trip to regional campuses has led IU President-Elect, Pamela Whitten, to visit IU South Bend on April 26. During her travels, Whitten has been given a Hoosier welcome throughout the IU campuses. “I absolutely have been overwhelmed by the campus itself. It’s beautiful. The range of academic programs that

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The stench of spring

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief Spring is here, and maybe it will finally stick in Northern Indiana. However, with spring comes an unexpected stench in the air. Is it rotting fish?  No, it is the infamous Callery Pear. The Callery Pear is a small ornamental tree, known for its beautiful – but smelly – white flowers

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Saying goodbye to IU South Bend

By: John Griffee Columnist As I approach the end of my time at IU South Bend, I feel that I can look back in a positive light at the experiences that this college has held in store for me. In reflection of my time studying at this college, I can say that one of the

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Ron Monsma: painting a legacy at IU South Bend

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief  It’s been 25 years. Ron Monsma has been teaching painting and drawing classes at IU South Bend, moving up the ladder of positions, until he has reached associate professor. At the end of 2021, he is set to retire. Monsma got his start at IU South Bend, working under the direction

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