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Marvel’s newest release

By: Tori Wilson Staff Columnist wilsonvr@iu.edu With everything going on between COVID, classes being online and places being closed then slowly reopening with restrictions, it seems like not a whole lot of good has happened. However, one good thing to happen in 2020 is Marvel and Square Enix’s newest release.  On Sept. 4, Marvel and

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IU South Bend as a “Ghost Town”

By: Tori Wilson Staff Writer  wilsonvr@iu.edu COVID-19 has impacted everyone in one way or another, but people don’t realize the impact it has on college students.  Most students learn better being in the classroom versus learning online, whether it be over Zoom or self-taught. Having the one-on-one time with professors, tutoring and seeing friends on

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Sculpture talent on display at IU South Bend

By: TORI WILSON Staff Writer wilsonvr@iu.edu Morgan Koenig was one of several students who had their artwork displayed in the art gallery in the Education and Arts building on campus. The student exhibition opened on Feb. 13, 2020, and will be open through March 14, 2020. Koenig created a piece that she calls “Rumors Dress,”

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The Race Card Project at IUSB

By: TORI WILSON Staff Writer In 2010, former NPR journalist Michelle Norris decided to conduct an experiment that encouraged people to talk about race. This experiment had people write only six words about race on a printed postcard. These six words could have been observations or experiences they’ve had about race. Norris received 600 of

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QSA offers safe space for all on campus

By: TORI WILSON Staff Writer The LGBTQ community at IU South Bend has grown over the last few years and IU South Bend has been working to promote a safe, open environment for students to express themselves. The Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) at IU South Bend is a student organization in which LGBTQ+ individuals and

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