By: John Griffee Staff Writer Signs of spring have begun to creep into the projected weather forecasts, with temperatures rising and snowdrifts shrinking. While the weather is beginning to turn around after a period of strong winter storm fronts, hikers still need to take precautions when heading out to local parks. With the snow piles
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief email@example.com The Preface is offering IU South Bend students opportunities for internships in the spring 2021 semester and fall 2021 semester. This internship will fulfill course number J-290, which is an essential credit for Journalism majors, but any student in any major can apply to be a part of the internship.
By: NICK WORT Staff Writer Being stuck at home over spring break can still be exciting if you know where to look. South Bend has plenty of interesting and fun events March 14-23. South Bend also has great downtown food and retail to explore, as well as live music in many of the local bars
By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Inside of the new Purple Porch Co-op market, a producer from Hebron Farms and a consumer from the community sat in the café enjoying opening day together last Wednesday, Feb. 26. Michelle Hebron, co-owner of Hebron Farms in Vandalia, and Mara Trionfero, South bend resident, were chatting while enjoying
By: NICK WORT Staff Writer Downtown South Bend is full of business after business. But once a month, Downtown South Bend Incorporated (DTSB) brings these businesses together to celebrate the First Fridays event. “First Fridays is an opportunity both for the public and for businesses, the businesses get an opportunity to showcase what they do
By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer Ignite Michiana focuses on community involvement and sharing the innovative ways people in town are contributing to wave of change South Bend has been undergoing recently. The concept is the same but the topic has changed; Ignite Michiana came back for a second installment at the State Theatre last week.