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ACE offers tutoring resources, scholarships

By: Alyssa Foster Co-Editor IU South Bend’s Academic Centers for Excellence offers a variety of resources for students to use in order to excel in their education. IU South Bend’s ACE also offers multiple scholarships to students who use their services during the semester. ACE’s tutoring services are free for students in need of additional

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Look! Scholarship Art Sale supports student and alumni

By: Kate Luce Editor-in-Chief    The Look! Scholarship Art Sale makes its return back to campus once more. The show brings artwork of all mediums by students and IU South Bend alumni.    Last year, the sale was not able to go on because of the limited access to campus. Instead, students had a show open to

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Application for Engage IU South Bend Internship stipends ends soon

By: Mabel Myers Co-Editor-in-Chief    Engage IU South Bend Internship Program is offering $1,000 stipends to students who meet certain criteria. The application for this money closes on Nov. 9.     Students must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher. Undergraduates need to be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours, not including the internship credits. Graduate

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ACE tutoring center helps students excel on campus

BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer emonhaut@iu.edu With midterm tests upon students, finding help to keep their grades afloat may become a higher priority.  The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) offers a wide variety of free services to students to help them excel in their courses. The main hub of ACE is located on the 4th

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Financial aid office offers FAFSA help

By: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 IU South Bend is helping students obtain scholarships. The online scholarship application opened Oct. 1 and can be accessed through the One.IU Scholarship tile. It is due by March 1. “It’s a new platform this year. You go in and fill out a general scholarships application, and then it

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Scholars active in community

By: MELISSA SEYBOLDT Staff Writer Anyone who receives a scholarship to support their education may be hard-pressed to think of a way to say “thank you” loudly enough. Malissa Ayala, assistant director of financial aid and scholarships at IU South Bend, started the Scholars Give Back program three years ago. She describes it as a

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