Tag: Student Housing

Fewer food choices on campus this semester due to COVID-19

By Connie Klimek Staff Writer On campus dining is looking a bit different this year. Due to the pandemic, limited dining options are available, with campus only opening two out of their four dining locations. The Grill is open 11a.m. – 3p.m., and We Proudly Serve Starbucks is open 8a.m.-5p.m. Both are open Monday –

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Dedication to Community: Events during COVID-19

By: CASSIDY MARTENSON Intern  Many things look different this semester, but IU South Bend is still committed to creating community through social distanced events. Students and faculty are creating virtual and in-person events that are both safe and engaging. Some of these activities include virtual game nights, drive-in movies, and appearances by comedians.  The number

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Campus housing makes changes regarding COVID-19

By: Kaylee Darnell Staff Writer Since COVID-19 has taken the world by storm, there have been many new changes implemented into student housing. Housing residents now are learning all new rules and disregarding what they have been used to in the past. Students are not allowed any off-campus guests in your apartment at any time,

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Students speak about campus safety

By: ZACHARY BEAUCHAMP Staff Writer zbeaucha@iu.edu A college campus is place of higher education, a place people go to further themselves and learn. A college campus should be a place where people feel safe. However, unfortunate as it may be, this is not always so. Is this the case on the campus of IU South

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Welcome week makes a “splash”

By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer karfires@iu.edu     On Wednesday, August 23, the IU South Bend Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted the annual Titan Splash Color Run as one of the events available for students during welcome week.    Any student who wanted to participate in the run was welcome to, and registered as they arrived

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River Crossing Campus Housing now hiring resident assistants

By: ASHLEY KATLUN Staff Writer Seven out of eight resident assistants (RAs) will be graduating this May, leaving River Crossing Campus Housing searching for the perfect candidates to fill RA positions for the 2014-15 school year. The RAs at housing are trained to help student residents in several ways, offering guidance and support when needed.

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Northside Terrace renovations continue through the semester

Mecca Companies, owner  of the property, plans to complete renovations on all three buildings by Aug. 1. By: IZZA JATALA Staff Writer The interior of the north building of Northside Terrace has been completely stripped out as part of the first phase of Mecca Companies’ plans to renovate the property. Kyle Bach, president and CEO

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Therapy dogs soothe stressed out students

By Tricia McCann Staff Writer With midterms abound, stress is anything but uncommon. Even more uncommon are dogs on campus. Ready with a shake, kiss and tail wag, many therapy dogs were prepared to help students unwind. Led by Kathryn Piekarski of the Sociology and Anthropology department along with her certified therapy dog Paris, nearly

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