Tag: Kate Luce

The case of the missing sculpture

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Outside of the gallery in EA, there recently was a sculpture. It featured five empty beer cans and emptied rifle cartridges. Now, the place where the sculpture was previously has been filled with just a piece of paper that reads, “This installation has been deemed too potentially offensive for

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Painting classes experience nontraditional art at the Lubeznik Center

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu After being invited to a gallery visit, Laura Cutler, painting and drawing professor, took the class to the Lubeznik Center for the Arts to attend a talk on the Chicago Imagists, their predecessors and those who took inspiration from them. “The reason I decided to approach Painting 1 and

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Legality of vaping might be up in the air

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer In the midst of the clouds from vape pens, the Trump administration announced that it would push for a nation-wide proposition on banning flavored e-cigarettes as of last week. This comes to light after several people died due to vaping, including one death in Indiana. On top of this, there

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Tips for traveling to campus

By: DASCHANE BISHOP Staff Writer For many IU South Bend students, part of their daily routine in getting to school includes commuting to school. According to iusb.edu/fast-facts, 53% of IU South Bend students live in St. Joseph County, with 22% in Elkhart county, 18% in other Indiana counties, 2% in Michigan and 5% in other

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Bringing Los Angeles, New York City, and La Porte to IU South Bend

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Laura Cutler truly has lived the life of an artist. Living in the artistic hubs, creating work in many studios, teaching in high schools, colleges, and art centers, and co-owning a gallery and framing business with her husband in La Porte. Cutler is currently substituting for Ron Monsa, painting and

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Annual faculty exhibition makes its rounds once again

By Kate Luce Staff Writer In the midst of demonstrations, fine arts students rarely get the opportunity to see what art their professors like to create outside of campus. The IU South Bend gallery is hosting an opening of the annual Faculty Exhibition on Oct. 3 at 5 p.m. This exhibition will feature fine arts

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Not once, but twice

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Elizabeth Bennion, professor of political science, has recently received the Barbara Burch Award once again. This makes Bennion the first person to win this award twice, initially winning the award in 2016. The Barbara Burch Award is given to professors with at least five years of experience who show leadership

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Rodger Pinto: New face, new attitude

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer Last semester, Rodger Pinto was elected as the new Student Government Association president. Pinto originally did not want to become president. Rather, he wanted to leave the position for another interested student, but after joining the SGA as senator and having leadership roles in business and the military, he decided

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