Tag: Sarah E Bull

“The Handmaid’s Tale” author, Margaret Atwood, speaks in South Bend

By: SARAH E BULL Staff Writer Sabull@umail.iu.edu Since 2006, Saint Mary’s College has held an annual Christian Culture Lecture in which a guest speaker is invited to share their ideas with the community. This year, that speaker came in the form of Margaret Atwood, author of 1985 novel “The Handmaid’s Tale.” This book-turned-Hulu-series won multiple

Continue reading

Pretend pregnancies create real problems

By: Sarah E. Bull Staff Writer @SarahSheridan Fictional pregnancies ruin everything. Have you ever been watching a show, and it’s getting on in seasons? The writing slips and viewership declines, but you stick with it out of habit—then BAM. In search of a ratings boost, one of the main characters is either pregnant or fathering

Continue reading

Going green, the sustainability club’s upcoming trip

By: Sarah E Bull Staff Writer @SarahSheridan On Saturday December 2, IU South Bend’s sustainability club is planning a trip to the Greening the Statehouse meeting in Danville. Greening the Statehouse is a forum where like-minded Hoosiers can discuss conservation, sustainably, and learn about strides the state has made in going green. This year’s forum

Continue reading

Preface Briefs

By: SARAH E BULL Staff Writer Sabull@umail.iu.edu   Talk on computing to be given by Notre Dame Professor Notre Dame’s Scott Hampton is coming to IU South Bend on Wednesday, Sept. 27. He will be presenting on “High Performance Computing” in Fireside, by the University Grill. Scott Hampton is the HPC user support manager at

Continue reading

Eclipse brings IU South Bend students together

By: SARAH E BULL Staff Writer Sabull@umail.iu.edu The first day of welcome week at IU South Bend had a special guest this year, a partial solar eclipse, which IUSB saw peak at 88 percent totality at 2:22 p.m. The eclipse, according to NASA.gov, began in Oregon and crossed the country, ending in South Carolina. 1918

Continue reading