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Polar Vortex hits Potawatomi Conservatories

By: Kate Luce Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu As temperatures dropped to negative 20 degrees with windchill, the majority of those living in the Michiana area were affected by the aptly named “Polar vortex.” The majority of the new projects Emily Bradford, director at the Potawatomi Conservatories, had started, fell victim to the winter weather. The losses

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More student artwork to be put on campus

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Josh Miller, gallery director for IU South Bend, is looking to spruce up the campus with current student work. The artwork will be placed over the summer, but Miller is currently looking for Fine Arts students to submit their work to be put on loan at IU South Bend.

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Bill Tourtillotte: For the love of print

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Printmaking is an art form where almost any idea seems valid due to the political and social history the art has made throughout the centuries. Bill Tourtillotte, the professor behind printmaking at IU South Bend, has continued to nurture the many ideas students have while in the shop. Tourtillotte

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Deadlines approach for studying abroad during summer months

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu The university is offering 10 study abroad trips for the summer. The deadline of Feb. 1 is quickly approaching. “Students need to apply by the deadline because we are making plane reservations. We are making reservations for accommodations. Also, if we don’t have enough students, we are not able

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Double or nothing: students taking on double majors

By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu Double majoring is not a common choice for most students at most universities, but for some, the work that comes with it is worth it in the long run. Most students at IU South Bend who choose to double major are commonly in the Judd Leighton School of Economics

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Diversity, recent incidents, center stage at SGA meeting

By KATE LUCE Staff-writer kmluce@iu.edu Diversity was spotlighted at Friday’s meeting. Tami Martinez, assistant dean of Raclin School of the Arts, came to the recent Student Government Association (SGA) meeting to speak about diversity among IU South Bend. As a student in a PhD-program for higher education, one of Martinez’s core courses focuses heavily on

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The scene of zines

BY KATE LUCE Staff-writer “Zines” are a small-scale, self-produced magazine. They can cover a large range of topics encompassing anything from, music, poetry, feminism and virtually anything else one can think of. The world of zines has been around since the 70’s when photocopiers become readily available to the general public. At first, most zines

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SGA creates scholarship benefiting veterans

BY: KATE LUCE Staff Writer kmluce@iu.edu The Student Government Association (SGA)  has been recently prepping for their first Veterans Benefit Dinner, which will is slated for Friday, Nov. 11. The funds from tickets sales and donations will directly go to a scholarship benefiting student veterans and dependents of veterans. “The scholarship is an emergency fund

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