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Students commemorate refugee children in a day of service

By: JOSELYN ELLINGTON Staff Writer On March 23 a group of IU South Bend students volunteered their time to welcome and support refugee children at an event called A Day of Service for Refugee Children, hosted by the Student Counseling Center and Office of International Student Services. Eighteen-year-old high school student Catherine Serianni, founder of

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Momentum builds for SGA’s final 2018-19 budget

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer katelucellc@gmail.com The Student Government Association (SGA) will soon try to pass the largest budget in its history for the upcoming school year, according to SGA President Shail Bhagat. “This year we had to change many outdated practices that were really impeding the scope of this organization. I see the progress

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Campus speaker questions corporate sustainability efforts

By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 While many view the growing adoption of sustainability efforts by major corporations as a positive thing, Mark Mechtenberg believes that it has become a negative. At a recent talk at IUSB, Mechtenberg pointed to three areas where sustainability has failed. The first failure Mechtenberg focused on is communication and

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LUNAFEST debuts in the Michiana area

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer karfires@iu.edu For the first time, LUNAFEST, a national women’s film festival, made its way to the Michiana area. People of all ages attended the event. Most the members of the crowd were women, but there were men in the audience as well. The event included nine short films directed by

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Meet Staff Writer, Dylan Lucas

By: DYLAN LUCAS Staff Writer I’ve spent my entire life answering the question “Are you Jordan’s sister?” and my first meeting at the Preface wasn’t any different. Before my sister graduated from IUSB in 2016, she was the editor of the paper, so I wasn’t surprised when I heard the question again at the start

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Homebody brings cozy concept to festival

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer Clark66@iu.edu Three houses in three neighborhoods, three shows in three days. The concept for Homebody: A House Concert Festival in South Bend is an expansion upon the house shows that Myles Robertson hopes to bring more of to the area. Robertson is an IU South Bend alumnus from the first

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Salisbury’s Take: Let the revolution begin

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY Guest Columnist This past weekend, we saw a bunch of true heroes in action. Young people, whose lives were at the mercy of a gun-toting former classmate just weeks before, stood up in front of half a million spectators in Washington, D.C., and proclaimed, “We are not going to put up with

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