Tag: RYAN LOHMAN

Preface Report: YMCA Niles, Buchanan holds design contest

The Niles Buchanan YMCA is offering a six-month membership to the YMCA, some free t-shirts and a banner to the artist who wins their logo design contest. Artists have until Sept. 9 to submit a design to advertise the 35th Annual Thanksgiving Day Run. The Annual Thanksgiving Day run raises money for YMCA membership scholarships

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SGA senate discusses gender-neutral language

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in chief editorpreface@gmail.com The student body of IU South Bend includes men, women and those who identify as neither. Some Student Government Association (SGA) senators want that fact reflected in the communications of the SGA. The SGA Senate discussed Friday changing the language of its constitution, meeting minutes and all other

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Dear Titans: A letter from the editor on how you helped save The Preface

By: RYAN LOHMAN Editor in Chief Some of you may have noticed the absence of a new Preface last Wednesday. The devoted readers among you, no doubt, noticed the absence of a new issue the week before that. In fact, this issue you now hold in your hands represents the first paper The Preface has

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Preface Report: Philharmonic to feature student conductors

“New Directions, a concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, in the Campus Auditorium will feature three students as the conductors of the IU South Bend Philharmonic. Colleen Mahoney, Kendrick Allenson Morris and Julius C. Miller III will take turns conducting the orchestra usually under the direction of lecturer in music Jameson Cooper, who will

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Preface report: Piano lecturer to perform play the Romantic hits

A piano recital 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, in the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall will feature music from the Romantic Era. Lecturer in music and piano teacher at IU South Bend, Ketevan Badridze, will perform music from Rachmaninoff and Chopin. Guest cellist David Machavariani will join Badridze for the second

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Preface Report: Student journal extends deadlines, library offers $500 prize award

Students still have a chance to get their research published this semester and submit it to win a prize. The Undergraduate Research Journal will accept submissions of research essays until Feb. 15, according to a news release in the Daily Titan newsletter. The Schurz Library awards the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research and $500 “to

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