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Who’s really benefitting from banded-tuition?

By: COURTNEY SNIADECKI Web Editor The real cost of banded tuition Recently, IU campuses have implemented a banded-tuition policy. The policy was adopted for the fall semester of 2016. Essentially, a student who enrolls in 12 credit-hours will pay the same tuition as a student who enrolls in 18 credit-hours. In a statement released Nov.

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WANTED: One new IU student trustee

By: JIM IRIZARRY Staff Writer/Copy Editor jcirizar@iusb.edu An opportunity to initiate change. It’s something that many of us strive for in our lives. For one Indiana University student, the chance to initiate that change may come earlier than they had ever expected. The university will be looking to fill the student trustee’s seat on the

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IUSB hosts IU-wide women’s and gender studies conference

By: BEKKA OXLEY Staff Writer The 26th annual women’s and gender studies conference, “Representations and Realities,” is coming to IU South Bend this year. The IU-wide conference will be on April 3 and 4 and feature interdisciplinary student research and creative work. At 7 p.m. Thursday, April 3, in the Education and Arts Building, there

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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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IU’s “Little 500” performers still not announced

By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist IU Bloomington’s legendary Little 500 race and accompanying binge-drinking and concert-filled week (sometimes referred to as Little 5) is coming up. After scouring the internet for possible performers for the concert portion of the week, I couldn’t find any. By this time last year, the concert performers were already announced. As

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Final chancellor candidate Barb Jones visits IUSB

By DANIELLE MILLER Staff Writer The final candidate for chancellor, Barb Jones visited IU South Bend on Thursday Jan. 31 to speak to students, faculty, staff, and community members in open forums. Jones is currently the Vice President of Student Affairs at Miami University in Oxford, OH where she has been since 2008. Jones has

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