Tag: seniors

Senior Goodbye: Tahyia Alvi

As I type this message, it feels unreal to bid farewell to my friends, professors and colleagues at IU South Bend. It’s safe to say that this campus has been my home away from home. Here, I had the honor of meeting the most helpful and courteous professors in the College of Liberal Arts, who pushed me to be great, not just as a student, but also as a politically aware human being.

Commencement: your questions answered

By: Mira Costello Co-Editor    It might seem hard to believe that the end of the year is around the corner, even for those who aren’t graduating. For those that are, April can be even more of a whirlwind. Here are some fast facts about Commencement to help you prepare for and navigate the day, whether

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Bye and stuff: Preface EIC rambles semi-coherently in final entry

  By: JIM IRIZARRY Editor-in-Chief jcirizar@iusb.edu   I am not very good at goodbyes. The headline up top should have told you. Given how many times I’ve had to say goodbye over my life, whether professionally or personally, forced or unforced, one would think that I could have figured something out by now. Guess not.

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Caps, gowns and more: What seniors need to know for spring commencement

By: ASHLEY KATLUN Staff Writer         Graduation may seem far away for most IUSB students, but for graduating seniors the 2014 commencement ceremony is just around the corner, which means it is time to order caps and gowns. One misconception students have about cap and gown rental is that they don’t need to order through

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