Tag: Kate Luce

Investment Club donates $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu By raising money over the past year through the stock market, the IU South Bend Investment Club donated $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad, a local non-for-profit, this past week. The non-for-profit is a youth and community center offering educational, cultural and advocacy services on the west side of South

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Linda Freel, former fine arts professor, passes away

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu Linda Freel was best known as an artist and an educator at IU South Bend. However, to many others, she was a mentor, a colleague and a friend. Freel attended Bethel University for a bachelor’s degree  in Education. After, she received her M.F.A at Notre Dame and a master’s in

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Meet the new editors of The Preface: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron

By: Kate Luce and Taylor Waldron Co-Editors-in-Chief tswaldro@iu.edu, kmluce@iu.edu Hi! I’m Kate Luce. I have been a staff writer for The Preface for the past three years. Before that, I was a part of my high school’s newspaper for three years, editing for two. In addition to this, I am also the student editor for

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SGA election results are in: Kayla Isenbletter wins presidency

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu The IUSB Student Government Association (SGA) election results were announced on Wednesday, Sept. 9 for the 2020-2021 academic year. Kayla Isenbletter won the presidency for the SGA. Rana Hamad won the Vice Presidency. Christian Martinez is Treasurer, and Daphne Galloway is Secretary. Naseem Alfadhl, Tahyia Rehman Alvi, Diana Baca Delgato,

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Mandatory fee replaces past fees, financial aid frustrates others

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu Students may have noticed a charge named “Mandatory Fee” of $323.91 for full-time students taken out and put back into their accounts on Sept. 1.  According to Judy Houston, associate bursar, this fee takes into account distance fees, technology fees, laboratory fees, repair and rehabilitation fees and the student activity

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Notre Dame’s COVID-19 response leaves some businesses busy, others empty

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief The past few weeks have left some Eddy St. businesses either packed or nearly empty, with Notre Dame, St. Mary’s, Holy Cross and IU South Bend students heading back to campus. As the threat of schools getting sent home looms over, Eddy St. is likely to see an impact. With students

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Seniors in the arts left with no place to perform among the COVID-19 response

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer  kmluce@iu.edu With the push for the final weeks of the spring semester to be completed online, some majors are working better than others with an online environment. Perhaps students that are most impacted by this decision are seniors in the arts. Integrated New Media and Fine Arts students need certain

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