By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) discussed funding approvals for the Disney Club and Helping Other People project (H.O.P.), History Club and Community Council after listening to their requests at the meeting held at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18. SGA members first listened to a funding request from the Disney Club
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Student Veterans Organization will donate proceeds to benefit homeless veterans By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer IU South Bend’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO) President Kyle Kreczmer and SVO volunteer and resident of Miller’s Vets Tom Spoor spent part of Friday evening, Oct. 18, working on preparations for the SVO’s upcoming charity event. The SVO will host
Local shadowcast troupe the Hot Patooties will perform Rocky Horror live in South Bend By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer It’s time to do the time warp again. South Bend’s Hot Patooties Shadowcast will perform The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the State Theater in South Bend on Friday, Nov. 8. Members of the Rocky Horror
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Electronic-embedded dystopian costumes, some reminiscent of the “Hunger Games” film, are one of the features to look forward to in the upcoming play, “King Lear”. Catch the IU South Bend Theatre and Dance Company performance at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, through Saturday, Oct. 19, and at 2 p.m.
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer The O: drive is no more. The O: drive was officially retired Tuesday, Oct. 1, and will no longer be accessible. This plan has been part of an ongoing project to transition to a new system of online data storage and file sharing. Box.iu.edu, or the Box, will
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A project for off-campus student housing at the property currently known as Northside Terrace will bring with it major renovations, new amenities and upgrades to the building.
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer The Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) at IU South Bend brought together a diverse group of students and professors for a day of sharing knowledge and engaging in intellectual conversations. By 8:45 a.m. the main hallway on first floor of Wiekamp Hall quickly filled up with students excitedly chatting with one
By IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Now that spring break is over, the countdown to summer begins. It’s also time decide if part of summer should be spent in a classroom. Enrolling for summer semester has its advantages for students willing to sacrifice a homework-free and lecture-free summer break. Some students may have already decided, while