Tag: River Crossing Student Housing

XFINITY and ResLife Cinema available for Campus Housing students

By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer IU South Bend Campus Housing students have two services available to them for streaming TV shows and watching movies. XFINITY and ResLife Cinema can be used on TVs, mobile devices, and laptops while connected to campus WiFi and is already included in housing fees. XFINITY on Campus offers over 120

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Housing looking for volunteers to assist with COVID-19 procedures

By: Alyssa Foster IU South Bend Housing is currently looking for student volunteers to assist with spring arrival testing from Feb. 4 through Feb. 6. COVID-19 screening will take place in the Education & Arts Building from 9 a.m. -6 p.m. for students returning to campus housing. Housing students are required to be screened for

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Mask violations on campus may lead some to suspension

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu According to the IU wide-code of Sanctions for Noncompliance with COVID-19 Health and Safety Directives for students, any refusal of any of the rules put in place by IU may lead students to “suspension or expulsion from the university.”  This policy says that IU-approved face masks must cover both the

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COVID-19 affecting student employment on campus

By Connie Klimek Intern                 Due to budget cuts, safety precautions and limited student traffic, student employment on campus has experienced extreme consequences of the pandemic, downsizing. This is the case especially within the Administration Building as hardly any student workers are currently present on campus, and a few lucky ones are working from home.  The

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Honor’s Program offers virtual movie night 

By: Eva Monhaut emonhaut@iu.edu Staff Writer In past semesters, IU South Bend Honors Students have had the opportunity to gather in the community housing building for regular movie nights, snacks and bonding, but due to the COVID-19 outbreak, these have now been adapted to a virtual format. Students who wish to watch the film should

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Fewer food choices on campus this semester due to COVID-19

By Connie Klimek Staff Writer On campus dining is looking a bit different this year. Due to the pandemic, limited dining options are available, with campus only opening two out of their four dining locations. The Grill is open 11a.m. – 3p.m., and We Proudly Serve Starbucks is open 8a.m.-5p.m. Both are open Monday –

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Parking at IU South Bend, what has changed?

By: Ashley Cox  Staff Writer  Most students are on a web-based learning this fall semester, meaning, some have little to no in-person classes. What does this mean for parking on campus? There has been more parking spaces available for students going to their in-person classes than ever before. Some parking lots that once were hectic

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