By: Taylor Waldron Co-Editor-in-Chief Four years with The Preface have flown by. I remember walking across the campus bridge from River Crossing to my first interview with the former Editor-in-Chief, Jim Irizarry, in the fall of 2017. I was 18, completely terrified, but so excited to write for a college publication. I interviewed and submitted
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By: JIM IRIZARRY Editor-in-Chief email@example.com I am not very good at goodbyes. The headline up top should have told you. Given how many times I’ve had to say goodbye over my life, whether professionally or personally, forced or unforced, one would think that I could have figured something out by now. Guess not.
Workshops strive for better informed community: IUSB’s ADP and SJCPL team up for Civic Leadership Academy
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org It may not seem like it, but there has been one positive change with Donald Trump being elected President. With each passing day, more and more people are paying attention to how the Trump administration has attempted to govern. The effect can be seen on social media and through
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor email@example.com Additional funding was a common theme during last Friday’s meeting of IU South Bend’s Student Government Association (SGA). Of the four groups that submitted proposals for additional funding, three were approved at the meeting. The History Club’s proposal for additional funding for their trip to northern Michigan was approved.
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Lester Wolfson, the first chancellor of IU South Bend, passed away at the age of 93 on Feb. 10 at a care center in South Bend. He had been in declining health. Wolfson served as chancellor from 1969 to 1987 and is the longest serving chancellor in the history
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor email@example.com After postponing an earlier vote, the Student Government Association has finally and unanimously passed revisions to its election bylaws. The vote was initially postponed by the SGA during the Jan. 27 Senate meeting. The revisions to the election bylaws comes in time for the upcoming election. The changes come
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org I never really gave it a thought that it was possible. Call it a lack of knowledge for someone else or other people having their collective finger on a pulse. I never thought that, over the course of two months, I would see two messages from each the president
By: JIM IRIZARRY Managing Editor email@example.com IU South Bend has kicked off its Carnegie Engaged Campus Initiative. The effort to gain accreditation from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching began with a ceremony at the Civil Rights Heritage Center on Friday night. IU South Bend is looking to gain the foundation’s Community Engagement