By: NATE HOLMER Staff Columnist A few weeks ago, Apple released the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, a new Apple Watch, and new operating systems for all of their currently supported devices. While that is interesting news, with the new separation of iPhone from the rest of the Operating systems, that is not what I
By: Ashley Cox The IUSB women’s soccer team will no longer be competing for the rest of their fall season. As of right now the soccer team is still a team at IUSB, they will start their next season in fall 2020.”I think it is better for us in the end and it will make
By: Emily Trent Staff Writer With the flu season right around the corner, IU South Bend’s Health and Wellness Center is prepared to help students and faculty fight off the flu this season. The Health and Wellness Center is offering “on the go” clinics from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Thursday during the month
By: KYLIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer email@example.com Aimee Sinacola, native of Grand Rapids, MI. joins Indiana University South Bend Athletics as the new Director of Sports Information (SID). During her four year career as a Division I athlete at Liberty University, she studied business marketing while acting as a key player for the school’s women’s soccer
By: Brendan McDaniel Staff Columnist @brendan_preface At the beginning of the month, a YouTuber by the username of ContraPoints (legal name Natalie Wynn) found herself in a bit of hot water on Twitter. In a thread discussing the practice of including preferred gender pronouns when one introduces themselves, Wynn vented some frustrations she had based
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
By: Carter DeJong Staff Writer email@example.com The American Democracy Project (ADP) has many events planned for the coming months with the midterm elections. Elizabeth Bennion, a political science professor at IU South Bend has been running the project since 2004. The ADP encourages people from all areas of the political spectrum to take part in