By: Cassidy Martenson Intern Many may think of October as the beginning of fall and the season of all things pumpkin spice, but to a large sector of the community, it is much more. October is national domestic violence awareness month, a time to unite the community and advocate for victims of abuse. The IU
By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org According to the IU wide-code of Sanctions for Noncompliance with COVID-19 Health and Safety Directives for students, any refusal of any of the rules put in place by IU may lead students to “suspension or expulsion from the university.” This policy says that IU-approved face masks must cover both the
By Connie Klimek Intern Due to budget cuts, safety precautions and limited student traffic, student employment on campus has experienced extreme consequences of the pandemic, downsizing. This is the case especially within the Administration Building as hardly any student workers are currently present on campus, and a few lucky ones are working from home. The
By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer email@example.com The IU South Bend baseball team was one of the many athletic teams that faced the wrath of the season cancelations due to the pandemic. Their season was stopped abruptly before it even got the chance to really start. Most players took this as their time off, refueling their
By: Eva Monhaut Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Another scholarship and research-based opportunity for students in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines is now seeking applications. The deadline for this year is fast approaching on Dec. 1. The Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship-for-Service Program offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate students alike in
By: TAYLOR HILL, KATELYN FIRESTEIN, TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer, Editor-in-Chief, Staff Writer/Web Editor TRIGGER WARNING: This article may be triggering for individuals who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, or other forms of violence. Amid all of the chaos taking place for IU South Bend students this semester, another important matter seemed to fall through
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com The theatre and dance department at IU South Bend put on the production, “Mamma Mia!” last weekend. The show ran from Thursday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 7. The production had several sold-out shows. The musical includes a variety of acting, dancing and singing. It includes the timeless songs
On Wednesday Oct. 3, the Daily Titan announced the passing of a faculty member. “Dr. Jackie Collins, a long-time and valued member of the IU South Bend community, passed away unexpectedly last week,” said the announcement, posted by Ken Baierl, director of marketing and communications for IU South Bend. “Per her wishes, cremation was chosen.