Tag: Spirit Week

Spirit Week takes over IUSB

By: KENDALL ASBELL Staff Writer @kendallasbell Halloween is fast approaching! And while you’re probably all busy getting your costume and party plans together, let’s not forget that IUSB has some excellent events planned in the days ahead—events that are open to students and community members more broadly. This season, Spirit Week and Boo To You

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Spirit Week? Do we have even enough spirit to last an hour?

By: JIM IRIZARRY Staff Writer/Copy Editor jcirizar@iusb.edu As I write this, the north side of Chicago is packed with Cubs fans. They are ecstatic. They are beside themselves. They honestly never thought they would see their team in the World Series in their lifetime. I know there are plenty of Cubs fans at IU South

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SGA President says get involved #IUSBSpirit16

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President Welcome back, everyone. I hope you had a chance to get some rest and relaxation during fall break last week. Now we’re back in the swing of things and getting ready to kick-off Spirit Week at the annual RHA Halloween Dance from 9 p.m. to midnight Thursday, Oct. 27, in

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Salisbury’s take

By: STEPHEN SALISBURY SGA President This week I’d like to talk to you about how proud I am to see so many students serve our local community and beyond. October is Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Month and it is likely that you have seen the evidence of that fact on the Greenlawn mall this week

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SGA funds History Club’s fall trip, pushes Spirit Week back

By: RYAN LOHMAN and BRANDON MICHAEL GROVES When the Student Government Association (SGA) meets, they keep to a tight schedule. They give club representatives 10 minutes to present a funding request. A crack of the gavel signals when that time is up. But Professor Timothy Willig, faculty advisor to the History Club, had no problem

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Community makes a wish with the chancellor

By NATALIE MILLS Photographer A multitude of students and faculty were in attendance for the Make A Wish With the Chancellor event on Tuesday evening. Everyone was in attendance to light their own Chinese lantern and make their own personal wishes. Students donated $2 to the Chancellor’s Fund in order to receive a lantern. Staff

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