Tag: Opinion

Salisbury’s Take: And now, the end is near.

By: STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist I don’t know about you, but I’m tired. With only about two and a half weeks left of classes this semester, I can certainly see the light at the end of the tunnel. The problem is the light feels like it’s coming from a runaway freight train. With the latest

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Salisbury’s Take: Asking the question, “What does true patriotism look like?”

By STEPHEN M. SALISBURY Columnist     Our country lost a great American hero in the past couple of weeks. Senator John McCain (R) of Arizona died four days short of his 82 birthday on August 25. He was the victim of an aggressive brain tumor known as a glioblastoma, the same type of cancer

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We asked you: Campus Parking

By TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer     With classes in session and students settling back in at Indiana University South Bend, has campus parking been an issue for you? The University’s parking lots are available to those who regularly visit campus, if a purchased parking pass is displayed from a rear-view mirror. With many students

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Staff Profile: Meet Carter

By Carter DeJong Staff Writer @carterdejong99     Hello, my name is Carter DeJong. This is my first year as a staff writer for The Preface. I am a sophomore at IUSB and I am majoring in journalism. More specifically, I am very interested in writing about political news. My ideal career would be working

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Classic Doctor Who in theaters this November

By: CHRISTINE GIVER Columnist I was going to write a Wolverine love-fest dedicated to the upcoming release of “Logan,” the newest film in the saga centered on an X-Men favorite. However, you will have to wait on that. While Whovians will have to wait until 2017 for the latest season of “Doctor Who,” a real

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Deadlines: The government gets blurry on their definition

By CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Being an adult means you have to read the news. It doesn’t mean you have to pay really close attention to it, but it means that when there’s a nationwide deadline to register for something or submit something (like taxes, or now for government health care), you kind of have to

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How the king of meta TV got its groove back

By: DYLAN LEMERT Columnist The strange world of television sitcoms, for its overall breeziness and oft-criticized shallow brand of humor, is a curious place to find programming aimed more at genre-bending than good ratings. But in its fifth season, the Dan Harmon helmed “Community,” a show notorious for the way it plays with pop culture

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On both sides, why can’t we come to terms with Bible movies?

By: DYLAN LEMERT Columnist On the tail end of the last weekend-released “Noah” film comes a wave of controversy. In reality, seedlings of this contention were planted months ago when it was divulged that director Darren Aronofsky’s take on the well-known Bible story would be given a spectacularly Hollywood treatment. And with a budget of

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