By: Chloe Teall Staff-Writer Although this may be the final week of “Titan Tails”, there will always be pets in need of homes. Before getting to the last features, I want to remind and encourage everyone to always consider adoption when looking to add a furry friend to your family. Adoption from breeders who do
By: Ashley Rose Photographer/Staff-Writer We’re all familiar with the campus critters who keep us company between classes: geese, squirrels, birds, groundhogs and the occasional chipmunk or duck. But what about the critters that keep us company at home and are there to greet us after a long day at school? Meet some of your fellow
By: Ashley Rose Staff-Writer/Photographer Active Minds is a national student led nonprofit organization that is dedicated to advocating and destigmatizing mental health, especially within the young adult community Active minds.They try to reach the community through peer to peer interactions that encourage young adults to open up about their mental health journeys as well as
By: Mara Nolan Intern Celebrate the end of the 2021-2022 school year with the History Club! The History Club is taking a trip to Mackinaw City, Mackinac Island and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula from May 11-14. The trip will include outings to many historical and natural sites, such as colonial Michlimackinac and St. Ignace Museum, Fort
By: Mabel Myers Editor-in-Chief I have absolutely put off writing this all week because of finals, but I am now getting to it at 11 p.m. on the day it is due. I still cannot believe this is the last piece I will be writing for The Preface, but anyway, let’s go for it. When
By: Cassidy Martenson Visiting Writer IU South Bend hosted the Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) on April 22 to share the amazing work that students are doing both inside and outside of the classroom. The event was open to all majors and concentrations and generated 70 distinct proposals. The event began at 8 a.m. with registration
By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault Reminiscing my growth at IU South Bend is quite emotional for me, as I came to IU South Bend feeling capable and confident in myself for the first time in my life. However it took transferring from Saint Mary’s College where I honestly felt quite unfulfilled and
By: Alyssa Foster Co-Editor The IU South Bend Honors Program hosted an all-day service project on April 19 that allowed students to help the Food Bank of Northern Indiana prepare for their upcoming Stamp Out Hunger event. The event took place in the Honors Lounge, where students could stop by at any time to help.