Tag: Tannia Johnson

We Asked You: Mayor Pete’s presidential aspirations

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer With the launch of his presidential exploratory committee, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend has announced his plan to run for United States President in 2020. At the State of the Union Watch Party hosted by the American Democracy Project of IU South Bend on Feb. 5, IU South Bend

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Staying safe on campus

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer When traveling across IU South Bend’s campus, there are ways to ensure that you can protect yourself. With the shortened daylight hours through the winter months, safety rises as a concern for some. From carrying defense mechanisms to physical preparation, you may want to evaluate ways to stay safe on

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Late parking fee billing

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer If you’ve recently checked your Bursar account and noticed a new bill, it may be for your campus parking pass. The standard price for student parking on IU South Bend’s campus is $160 for the academic year. Although students may expect their full billing summary at the beginning of semesters,

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IUSB and South Bend share historic landmark, redefine public

By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer A building once known for division has defined its role. On Tuesday, Oct. 16, an event celebrating IU South Bend’s Civil Rights Heritage Center (CRHC) becoming a historic landmark took place featuring remarks from major influences in the city including South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg and IU South Bend Interim

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We asked you: Campus Parking

By TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer     With classes in session and students settling back in at Indiana University South Bend, has campus parking been an issue for you? The University’s parking lots are available to those who regularly visit campus, if a purchased parking pass is displayed from a rear-view mirror. With many students

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