BY: ANTHONY AYALA Staff Writer @bman4ever92 The IU South Bend Police Department were a part of a community outreach program, Hot Dogs with the Cops, on Sept. 12 on top of the parking garage. Students, faculty, staff and police came together to enjoy music, a fresh, grilled hotdog and each other’s company. Kurt Martz, Chief
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By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com 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
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.
By: GEOFF LESAR Staff Writer Legends are not made overnight. As IU South Bend senior Chance Starcher can attest, neither are campus clubs. Founder and president of the League of Legends at IUSB, Starcher presides over weekly gatherings of gamers bent on leveling-up and getting down on the online, multi-player action of one of the
By: MELISSA SEYBOLDT Staff Writer Titan Productions has announced a tentative line-up of events for students this semester. “I think we are looking forward to a really fantastic, exciting, and fun-filled spring semester,” said Ross Ford, executive producer for the organization. Students Tesla Hardesty and Alyssa Neece have recently joined the Titan Productions Team, according
By: COURTNEY CATANZARITE Staff Writer From now until Jan. 31, students are able to go to the fitness classes in the Student Activities Center (SAC) for free. After that, students must pay either $2 per class, $20 for eleven classes or $60 for the entire semester. Changes are made each semester to the class schedule