By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer The phrase knowledge is power comes to mind in the case of one IU South Bend Professor who has changed the way we look at the universe itself. Professor of physics and astronomy Ilan Levine spent five years working with Art McDonald on a Nobel Prize winning project before coming
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By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer Halloween often conjures up images of candy, ghosts, ghouls and cheap thrills. But in addition to the candy and frights, there was a heart of giving behind the thrills put on by the Student Government Association last week. The event Boo to You took place from 4 to 8 p.m.
By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer I am a 23 year-old freshman at IU South Bend. I already know what your brain is doing with that information, and the answer is yes; it is awesome to have been born the same year Army of Darkness came out. I am a mass communication major, and newly employed
By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer With Halloween creeping closer, the festivities of the season continue on the IU South Bend campus. A macabre carnival will come to town and kick off the eve of Halloween properly. The Dark Carnival is a seasonally appropriate special presented by the IUSB Theatre Guild. The donation-driven free event will
By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer As the crisp chill of fall settles over IU South Bend, tantalizing tales of terror and tension fill the air. The Halloween season is officially in full swing and many students will get the opportunity to embrace this with an appropriately themed writing contest. Analecta’s “Spooktacular” is a contest in
By: JULIAN HODGSON Staff Writer Roses are red. Violets are blue. I enjoyed poetry night. How about you? Well, open mic night to be more precise. Analecta’s open mic night poetry reading took place the night of Thursday, October 3, in the faculty lounge of Wiekamp Hall. Organizers intended the event to raise awareness of