By: Kate Luce Editor-in-Chief As the weather gets cooler, maybe the one thing most people aren’t looking forward to is snow. With poor weather conditions, it’s inevitable that students might have to drive through wintery conditions, but what might determine when IU South Bend closes? Well, there are a few factors that come into play
By: John Griffee Staff Columnist Those that call Michiana home are intimately familiar with the brutality of winter. Windows ice over, thermometers drop inconceivably low and the weather forecasts keep mentioning the unholy phrase, “Polar Vortex.” As winter storms continue to hit the area, it is important to understand how to stay safe during this
By: MADISON WARD Staff Writer We all know winter can get us feeling down. For those of you who could use some help getting through the cold season, here are some songs from various IU South Bend students that they are listening to right now. DISCLAIMER: It is your prerogative whether to look up the
By: MEGAN HAYES Staff Writer email@example.com Each February, St. Margaret’s House raises awareness for their organization by sponsoring a one-mile charity walk event. This walk represents the women and children who walk daily to the House to access services, no matter the weather. Kathy Schneider, the executive director at Saint Margaret’s House, chose to have
By: ASHLEY COX Staff Writer Winter is around the corner and snow is starting to fall. Bundle up in the winter essentials the IU South Bend community will need during the winter time. Some of the places around South Bend that have what will be needed at an affordable price are: Walmart, Kohls, Target, T.J.
“Nothing burns like the cold.” George R.R. Martin By: CHRISTINA CLARK Columnist Ok, it’s not that serious I suppose. But this has been a particularly intense winter. I’ve actually noticed a lot of people being very helpful to others, and it makes me really happy. It’s been years since I lived in a house and