Tag: Notre Dame

“The Leggings Problem” is a disaster and here’s why

By: BRENDAN MCDANIEL Staff Columnist @brendan_preface I’ve thought about writing this letter for a long time; a whole week. I waited, hoping that others would rake this fool over the coals and such a response would be unnecessary—but that doesn’t seem to be happening. I’m going to say that I don’t want to attack anyone’s

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Notre Dame offers IUSB students chance at research

By: CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer clark66@umail.iu.edu IU South Bend offers some substantial opportunities for those in the area who want a bachelor’s degree, but the other South Bend university—you know the one—offers some extra opportunities to IUSB students. And the Student Government Association (SGA) president wants you to know about them. “For me, it was

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Gems in the Bend: Drinking and dining on a student budget

By: KENDALL ASBELL Staff Writer @kendallasbell Drinking alcohol and eating tasty food is one of my favorite pastimes. But, venturing into an unknown restaurant or bar can often be a scary endeavor. This is especially true when one is living on a student budget. That’s where I come in. I’m here to give you my

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IU South Bend student explores church basement

By: ALICIA FLORES Staff Writer aaflores@umail.iu.edu While some students spent their summer vacations at the beach, senior Patrick Finnigan spent part of his summer excavating an enclosed space located in the basement of St. Paul’s Memorial United Methodist Church in hopes of uncovering the truth. Finnigan grew curious after taking a tour of the church

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Can we please shut up about Manti Te’o?

By MANDI STEFFEY Columnist I’m not afraid to admit it: I don’t care about Notre Dame. I didn’t grow up in the South Bend area, so maybe I just don’t “get it,” but I was tired of this whole Manti Te’o being “catfished” scandal almost immediately after it started. It made for some exciting news

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