Tag: Schurz Library

Student Spotlight: Michael Rousculp wins Library Prize

By: Mara Nolan Intern    Michael Rousculp won the 2022 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research sponsored by the IUSB Library. According to the IUSB Library website, this award is a $500 prize “designed to honor undergraduate students who demonstrate sophisticated research skills and adept use of library resources into original scholarship.”     Michael Rousculp, who graduated from

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Instagram: Another way to get involved on campus

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor    Do you want to be more active in those clubs you signed up for during Welcome Week? Do you have a packed schedule, but still want to support your campus organizations? Do you just want more Instagram followers?    If your answer to any of those questions is “yes,” look no further

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Books for a buck: Library sale open now

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor After taking a few years off from their annual book sale, Schurz Library is now hosting an open daily sale that students can check out whenever the library is open. All items are $1 and can be purchased on a cash-and-carry basis. The sale items – which include fiction, nonfiction, and

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Gamer’s Guild partners with Schurz Library for festive game night

By: Mira Costello Staff-Writer    Spooky, scary…scrabble games?    Everyone has their own style of kicking off Hallo-weekend, and for Gamer’s Guild, it’s board games, costumes, friends and food.     On Oct. 29 from 4:30 to 7 pm, the club partnered with Franklin D. Schurz Library to hold a Halloween game night in the Wiekamp Educational Resource Commons

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Studying while campus is closed

By: Cassidy Martenson Intern Indiana University South Bend will be closed from Nov. 20 to Feb. 7, thus eliminating on-campus study spaces for students. As students head home to finish out the semester, there are plenty of options to study off campus to suit individual needs.  The first thing students should do is consider their

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Freedom to read: Banned Books week

By: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer   Pick up your favorite book and celebrate your freedom to read because National Banned Books Week is Sept. 23-29. National Banned Books Week is held every year at the end of September and celebrates the freedom to read. Libraries all over focus on books that have been challenged or

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“The Things They Carried” on display at Schurz Library

By CHRISTINA CLARK Staff Writer clark66@umail.iu.edu “Weight” can be applied to actual objects as well as experiences and emotions. The assigned and chosen articles a person carries with them through a difficult period in their life will change as they continue after the journey. As a part of the Big Read St. Joe County project

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Writers’ Room adjusting well to new home

By: RANDALL MOSSMAN Staff Writer @randmoss Standing in the reception area, looking out at the Saint Joseph River, it almost seems a shame that the Writers’ Room is only temporarily in its current location. Due to the ongoing renovations of the Administration Building, many campus services, such as financial aid, admissions, parking, student counseling and

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