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SGA approves Fall Festival funding and Boo to You

By: Reagan Ayala Intern    With midterms creeping up, one thing students look forward to on campus is the Fall Festival. This daylong event is for students to destress, grab a free pumpkin, and have some fun.    This year, the Fall Festival is planning on being bigger than ever before. Happening on Oct. 14, Student Life

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SGA discusses committee reports

By: Mira Costello Staff-Writer    In the absence of many senators, staffers and their faculty advisor, the Student Government Association held a brief meeting on Friday, Nov. 5 primarily to discuss committee reports.    The safety committee, chaired by senior Anna Roberts, said they are preparing for their annual safety walk with IUPD to identify locations on

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2021-2022 SGA election results released

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The Student Government Association election results have been confirmed after a two-day voting period.  IU South Bend students had the opportunity to vote for their choice of candidates during the 48-hour time period that began at midnight on Tuesday, April 13. Results were finalized and released on April 15. Rana Hamad,

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Your voice, your vote: Meet the 2021-2022 SGA candidates

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief The Student Government Association is revving up for their 2021 election, which officially begins April 13 and lasts until April 14. While many familiar faces in the SGA will be in the election, some new faces are coming to play a role in the SGA. Students should check the Daily Titan,

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Students sound off thoughts on commencement

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief This year’s commencement will be unlike any other. The plans have been finalized and are getting set in motion for 2020 and 2021 graduates. In return, some students have mixed feelings about the plans. This year, commencement will take place in the parking lot behind the Student Activities Center on Wednesday,

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Budget allocations proposed and approved during SGA meeting

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer Budget requests and proposed allocations for the 2021-2022 school year were approved during Friday’s meeting and will be released to those who requested after further approval from Chancellor Elrod. A total of $1,193,588 was requested from departments and a combined total of $520,149 was proposed to be allocated. This number is

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