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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BY: EVA MONHAUT Staff Writer It is that time of year again. Time to plan classes for the Spring semester, meet with your advisors and look forward to a new semester of fun classes. What classes are you looking forward to next semester and why? Have you met with your advisor yet? We asked you.
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer “Because I am not big into politics, I feel that it was a positive election now that we have both parties representing in Congress and both voices can be heard,” freshman Tyler Welborn said. “With this last election I feel that the results were positive because of the diversity:
By: MEGAN HAYES Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org With midterm elections coming up, there is a lot of awareness on campus for everybody to register to vote. We asked you: Are you registered to vote, and do you feel that your vote matters? “Yes, I am registered to vote. I feel like my vote matters locally, but
By: TANNIA JOHNSON Staff Writer While running around on campus do you get hungry? With different food locations at IU South Bend’s campus, students and staff have a few choices while on the go. Do you decide to go to a location on campus to eat, or would you rather go off campus? We asked
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