By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org For students who are interested in learning more about Hispanic culture and speaking Spanish, Spanish Club will still have fiestas through the end of the semester, and has big plans for the next academic year. “Although most of our current members are Spanish minors and majors, the club is
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By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com The annual IU Day at Riverfest is today, April 10, on Greenlawn from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be musical performances throughout the day, a caricature artist, games, food, prizes and a photo booth. Mary-Kate Aberegg, president of Titan Productions, explained the history behind IU Day and
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Avelynn Reynolds, 17-month old, started coming to IU South Bend at just two months old. She is the daughter of students Ivy Browning and Payton Reynolds. Anyone who attends IU South Bend or spends time here has probably noticed the couple who is always on campus with their baby.
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com For students who want to ace more than just their midterms, volleyball club is the perfect organization to get involved in. The Women’s Volleyball Club meets twice a week from 7:30 to 9:30 pm in the Student Activities Center (SAC). The club is meant to help those who are
By: KATE LUCE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org An opportunity to ask questions and show support to the LGBTQ+ community is coming once again to campus. Meghan Buell will be the second speaker of the Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) speaker series on local LGBTQ+ professionals. Buell is the founder of TREES, Inc. (Transgender Resource, Education And Enrichment
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com For many, shooting at targets may not be at the forefront of students’ minds during Valentine’s day. For Archery Club at IU South Bend, however, this is exactly how the members celebrated the holiday. Archery Club is an inclusive and diverse organization led by freshman Hannah Drudge. On Feb.
By: CHRISTINA CLARK Editor-in-Chief EditorPreface@gmail.com The QSA’s (Queer Straight Alliance) first speaker in their new series was Rob DeCleene. The series kicked off on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The series of speakers takes on a different format than using one of the campus performance halls. Instead, those attending can expect a more intimate setting. For DeCleene’s
By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer @DontWriteDown The Polar Vortex not only upset classes during the week of Jan. 27th, many events were disrupted and postponed due to the weather as well, including the a speaker for Queer Straight Alliance (QSA). Linda Lyons, a photography professor, was scheduled to speak on Wednesday, Jan. 30 but had