Within student governance, there are many roles to fill. Perhaps the most widely known position is the president of the student body – but how well do students really know their leaders? While this role can be glamorized, the real life duties of the position have many genuine implications. This is why the job is perfect for someone like Christian Martinez.
The IU South Bend women’s basketball team began their season in Nov. 2022, and have continued into the new year leading the conference with 11 wins and one loss, and 16 wins overall (as of Jan. 17).
A new year means new diets, weight loss programs and workout regimens for many college students. Trying a new diet is always daunting and may even seem too complicated at times. It can be hard to know where to start or what to make.
This week I decided to go to St. Joe Coffee Co. inside the library in downtown South Bend. It is located at 305 S. Michigan St. Despite being a coffee fanatic, I had never actually been here before, so I was super excited to visit.
IU South Bend’s very own award-winning literary journal, Analecta, is still accepting submissions from students of all majors – but only for a limited time. If students still wish to submit a piece to the journal, they have until Feb. 1 to do so.
IU South Bend is a commuter campus, and now that parking on campus is free, it’s no secret how many students drive. So, how can you make sure you stay road safe when the famous lake-effect snow comes to town?
December, the first real month of temperatures dropping, makes almost everyone want to stay home. However, with cold weather and early sunsets, some people might struggle a little more with symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Have you ever wondered where the Christmas figures and symbols we all know originated from? Do you know the stories behind them? No matter what you believe or celebrate, most of us are familiar with Santa Claus, Krampus, Elves and Christmas trees. Here is a brief history of their origins and how they came to be what we know today.