For most college students, December is often about meeting deadlines, writing papers, long hours in the library and staying caffeinated. So once the semester ends, how are you supposed to spend your time? Outside of catching up on sleep and recovering from the previous semester, it can be hard to find fun ways to fill the remainder of December. This article will highlight various fun, festive ways to fill the limited free time college students have in December. And the best part? Most of them are $15 or less to enjoy!
2023 has been a very interesting year for pop culture. Many good pieces of media have come out this year, and I want to celebrate those works and the people who made them.
On Nov. 27, Titans On-the-Go held the grand opening for its new commuter lounge. The lounge, previously a staff lounge, is located on the third floor of the Schurz Library in room 307.
Every one of us has thousands of stories and life experiences. Whether small or large in influence, every moment has an influence on someone’s life. Here is a bit of mine.
When I was in sixth grade, I started thinking about college. Like most Hoosiers, my list included Indiana University and Purdue University. I did not know that IU South Bend existed, or that I would later earn a Bachelors degree from here.
Since the last check-in on the Titans’ basketball teams, they are a combined 4-0 while both sitting in the top three of the conference standings.
Looking for a place to shop this holiday season and want to help support small businesses? Instead of buying into the ultra-consumerist frenzies of shopping malls in December (or simply just don’t want to bother with over-priced gifts), there are plenty of local businesses in South Bend to consider looking into.
As 2023 is wrapping up, it would be useful to show how the year has been when it relates to gun violence. Overall, 2023 has fewer gun-related deaths than 2022, but the number is still relatively high.
Reigning Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) champions IU South Bend Titans are picking up right where they left off, starting this season 6-0. The Titans went 2-0 last week, beating the Bethel University Pilots on Nov. 15 with a score of 88-65 and the University of Michigan-Dearborn Wolverines on Nov. 11 with a score of 98-50.
IU South Bend recently welcomed a new club on campus: Titans On-the-Go.