Tag: RYAN LOHMAN

Meet the 2017 SGA Candidates

Meet the 2017 SGA Candidates: Nargiza Amirova Senior English literature and women’s and gender studies major Nargiza Amirova is running for SGA treasurer. Originally from Uzbekistan, Amirova immigrated to the United States when she was 11 years old. Amirova is the current SGA treasurer and the founder of IU South Bend’s Muslim Student Association. Amirova

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Preface Report: SGA Pres. cancels jersey veto

IU South Bend Student Government Association (SGA) president Stephen Salisbury said Friday he would uphold legislation passed by the SGA Senate that would fund a second set of jerseys for IUSB’s baseball team, a piece of legislation he had considered vetoing. This comes after Salisbury used his weekly Preface column to seek input from students

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Minority clubs find comfort in unity

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in chief editorpreface@gmail.com IU South Bend’s Black Student Union (BSU) usually meets on Wednesdays. But last Wednesday, the day the world woke up to the reality of a President Elect Donald Trump, the usual wasn’t going to be good enough. “At first, I wanted to cancel the meeting,” BSU President Caderia

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Farewell from the editor’s desk

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief editorpreface@gmail.com Dear reader, I am the editor in chief of The Preface, the official student newspaper of IU South Bend, and I never would have had this job at any other university. I am a non-traditional student, a term demographers use to describe those of us in college who

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Preface Report: Class holds charity auction

A group of mass communication students organized an auction to benefit Bridges out of Poverty, a local charity that focuses on combatting poverty through education. Students from “Discussion and Group Methods, Speech 229,” organized a paddle and quarter auction they’re calling Quarters for Bridges from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Eagles

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Student activity fee to fund Japanese food demo

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief editorpreface@gmail.com There’s no such thing as a free lunch, and sushi can be expensive. The Student Government Association Senate voted to fund the Japanese Club up to $950 for its annual Sushi Demonstration at the SGA Senate meeting Sept. 30. The annual event involves, along with a sushi making

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SGA funds club trips

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief editorpreface@gmail.com The Student Government Association Senate approved funding for two club trips at its Sept. 23 meeting. The senate approved a motion to fund Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship up to $1,020 to reimburse costs its members will incur on a trip to the Fall Break Away, a retreat and

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SGA funds History Club’s fall trip, pushes Spirit Week back

By: RYAN LOHMAN and BRANDON MICHAEL GROVES When the Student Government Association (SGA) meets, they keep to a tight schedule. They give club representatives 10 minutes to present a funding request. A crack of the gavel signals when that time is up. But Professor Timothy Willig, faculty advisor to the History Club, had no problem

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