Tag: RYAN LOHMAN

Student government election applications now available

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer ryanlohman@gmail.com For some students, spring break is a time not for parties or rest, but for planning political campaigns. Election season at IU South Bend officially begins immediately after spring break, and this year all student government seats are open and waiting for candidates to apply. The IU South Bend

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Student government votes to fund Apollo Night, Criminal Justice Club trip

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer ryanlohman@gmail.com The Student Government Association senate voted Friday, Feb. 13 to pay for the Apollo Night talent showcase. The decision comes after a hearing on the funding request submitted by the Black Student Union’s president and secretary. BSU president Jasmine Allen requested $415.10 to pay for prizes to be awarded

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UITS replaces Go-Print, adds new print stations

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer ryanlohman@gmail.com  How and where students print on campus changed drastically this semester. University Information Technology Services (UITS) replaced Go-Print with a new system, IU Print, and added more printing stations in and outside of computer labs. As any student who started before this semester will remember, Go-Print required a username

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Secular Student Alliance gets new president, joins national alliance

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer ryanlohman@gmail.com  The IU South Bend Secular Student Alliance introduced its new president at a meet-and-greet Monday, Aug. 25 in the club room of the Student Activity Center. Robyn Black, a graduate student of liberal studies, took the helm of the organization for its second year on campus and has already made some big changes. At

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Editors Share Reading List of Entries

By: RYAN LOHMAN SOUTH BEND – Social conventions deem picking a favorite child somewhat shameful, and perhaps rightfully so. Likewise, the editors of the four journals unveiled at the Undergraduate Research Conference hesitated to name favorites from this year’s selections. But they were willing to shamelessly identify a few stand-out papers, well worth a read. The ‘Undergraduate Research Journal,’

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Student Julius Miller debuts composition at “Lift Every Voice” concert

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer The sixth annual “Lift Every Voice: Celebrating the African American Spirit” concert will be held at the Northside Hall Campus Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22. The South Bend Symphonic Choir and IU South Bend Gospel Choir will be performing with special guests Rodney Mack on trumpet, Maria Corley

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The Feminist Federation of South Bend is born

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer Four women in capes held a party Saturday, Jan. 16, at the Emporium Building in downtown South Bend to introduce a new federation of superheroes. What was their superpower? Feminism. The superhero-themed event launched The Feminist Federation of South Bend. The caped crusaders, who included Professor April Lidinsky of IU

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Off-campus eats: Pitts BBQ offers change of pace

By: RYAN LOHMAN Staff Writer IU South Bend has added more options for lunch and dinner in recent semesters and a few restaurants are only a short hike from campus, but it can still feel like pizza and subs are always on your plate. One near-campus option to reward a bored palate is Pitts BBQ—and

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