Tag: TAYLOR WALDRON

BFA Exhibition features daring pieces

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer The BFA students, along with the Integrated New Media students, showcased their best work and senior pieces at the BFA Exhibition on Thursday, March 28. Faculty, family, friends and community supporters were in attendance as the seniors explained their inspiration behind their work. The 11 artists also spoke on

Continue reading

Titans Feeding Titans celebrates three years

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer/Web Editor What started as a semester long project for a social work class has become one of IU South Bend’s most important programs. The Titans Feeding Titans food pantry is open to any student or faculty member of IU South Bend. Upon its opening, the university realized the need for

Continue reading

Macadoo’s: The best bang for your buck in Michiana

Taylor Waldron Staff Writer, Food Columnist @taylor_sumiko Living in Michiana means that we’re surrounded by amazing local restaurants and more often than not, their high prices can push college students away. It’s easy to settle for fast food and frozen meals when they’re more affordable than local fare. Here, we’ll uncover the hidden restaurant gems

Continue reading

Club Profile: The QSA

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko   The QSA (Queer Straight Alliance) is up and running with its new president. IU South Bend junior, Katelyn Firestein, is leading the club with a vibrant spirit. For those who may wonder what the QSA is and who should be a part of it, Firestein insists that

Continue reading

The mind of a jungle demon

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer/ Web Editor @taylor_sumiko On Friday Oct. 5, IU South Bend sophomore Kate Luce debuted her artwork at her first public art show titled, “The Mind of a Jungle Demon” in Michigan City, Ind. at The Quality Beet coffee house. Luce is currently double-majoring in both Journalism and Fine arts with

Continue reading

Club Profile: History Club

By: Taylor Waldron Staff Writer/Web Editor @taylor_sumiko You probably don’t know much about History Club if you’re not a member already, however it is one of the largest and most inclusive clubs on campus at IU South Bend. The club is open to all students, not just history majors, and features a variety of events

Continue reading

IU South Bend hosts Halloween events

By: TAYLOR WALDRON Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko This year’s Halloween Dance, presented by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), occurs on Oct. 26, 2017. The event will begin at 9 p.m. in the Community Building, of River Crossing Student Housing. This dance is what many students are calling the biggest social event of the year, being that it

Continue reading