By: Cassidy Martenson Staff Writer The IU South Bend Honors Program is finding ways to spread love throughout the organization. On Feb. 11, Honors students will be meeting virtually to craft their own heart pillows to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Students were required to RSVP to the event by Jan. 29. This allows the Honors Program
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By: BRENDAN McDANIEL Staff Unqualified Advice-Giver @brendan_preface This past Friday was Valentine’s Day, everybody’s favorite romantic holiday. Personally, I recommend celebrating it like the Romans did; find a goat, slice that bad boy up, then go around slapping your favorite women and plants with the blood-soaked skin flaps for good luck. It was called Lupercalia
By: TAYLOR HILL Staff Writer email@example.com For students looking for things to do around town, whether to plan a date, hang out with friends, make some new friends, or just wanting to connect with the community, here are a few options for this week and coming up: Love dancing? Need Valentine’s Day plans? Havana Nights
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org For many, shooting at targets may not be at the forefront of students’ minds during Valentine’s day. For Archery Club at IU South Bend, however, this is exactly how the members celebrated the holiday. Archery Club is an inclusive and diverse organization led by freshman Hannah Drudge. On Feb.
By: KATELYN FIRESTEIN Staff Writer email@example.com On Wednesday Feb. 13, the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is hosting an event for Health Science students to make cards for residents at Center for Hospice Care. President of NSSLHA, Isabelle Tice, explained more about NSSLHA and why the organization decided on this event. “NSSLHA
By: JORDAN RAE LUCAS Columnist @JordanRae017 Last week, in honor of Valentine’s Day, the Student Philanthropy Council hosted a cookie-decorating bar. For two dollars, students could decorate their choice of a chocolate chip cookie or a heart-shaped sugar cookie with a variety of sprinkles and candies. These cookies made for a delicious afternoon snack or
Poison and “The Notebook” need to get on the same level By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Come Valentine’s Day, my social sphere splits right down the middle: the lovers and the haters of the “holiday.” Boxes of chocolates and roses are all fun and games until two star-crossed lovers kill themselves in the name of passion