Tag: Kurt Matz

Knowing how to be safe on campus

By: EMILY TRENT Staff Writer emmtrent@iu.edu Whether students and faculty are on campus after dark for classes, club meetings, events or to study, their safety is something Indiana University Police Department (IUPD) aims to maintain. IUPD is encouraging students to use a new app, RAVE Guardian Safety. The app has different safety features students may

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Cops and Hot Dogs

BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The IU South Bend Police Department were a part of a community outreach program, Hot Dogs with the Cops, on Sept. 12 on top of the parking garage. Students, faculty, staff and police came together to enjoy music, a fresh, grilled hotdog and each other’s company. Kurt Martz, Chief

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SGA funds club movie, hears from IUPD chief

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief editorpreface@gmail.com A little levity is what voters need according to two campus clubs. The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate voted to award the IUSB History and Political Science clubs up to $175 for copyright fees to show the 1999 political comedy film “Dick.” “Dick is a spoof on the

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Matz appointed IUSB police chief

By: JIM IRIZARRY Staff Writer jcirizar@iusb.edu Kurt Matz’s career has come full circle. He started his law enforcement career in 1983 with the Indiana University Police Department at IU Northwest in Gary. Now, 33 years later, Matz has been appointed chief of the IUPD South Bend. Matz comes to IUSB from the Munster Police Department,

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