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IU South Bend students provide virtual book readings to local elementary school

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer IU South Bend students have recently been given the opportunity to virtually read to Hay Elementary School students. Students of IU South Bend have been asked to record themselves reading a children’s book for children in grades K-5. These virtual book readings will be added to the Hay Elementary School Library,

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Titan Atlas creates a cozy night inside via Zoom

By: Emily Hinds Intern In the spirit of the changing seasons, Titan Productions planned a “Cocoa and Canvas Night” for students and the community on Oct. 13. The purpose of this event was to help students take their mind off the stress of school by enjoying a nice cup of hot cocoa and getting in

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Honors Program overcomes challenging online transition

By: Alyssa Foster Staff-Writer The Honors Program’s transition to online has recently sparked some struggles as they conduct new events.  Throughout the year, the Honors Program plans several events so that members can attend to receive credit towards their honors program completion. Members must attend at least three of the events each semester in order

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Creating works of art, far apart

By Emily Hinds Intern As events go virtual, creative ways to stay engaged are happening on campus. Origami Craft Night took place via Zoom on Sept. 17. Desmond Lord, a member of Titan Productions took charge of the event and provided step-by-step instructions of how to make a variety of origami shapes and creations. Many

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Investment Club donates $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu By raising money over the past year through the stock market, the IU South Bend Investment Club donated $4,000 to La Casa de Amistad, a local non-for-profit, this past week. The non-for-profit is a youth and community center offering educational, cultural and advocacy services on the west side of South

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The Civil Rights Heritage Center hosts the Poetry Den live via Zoom

By Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer emonhaut@iu.edu Poets and poetry lovers alike, mark the calendars for Sunday, Sept. 27 from 6 – 8 p.m. live via Zoom when the South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center hosts The Poetry Den online. The event is open to the public for anybody who wants to perform or just listen in

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American Democracy Project and Political Science Club host Zoom lecture on civil discourse

By Eva Monhaut Staff-Writer emonhaut@iu.edu The IU South Bend Political Science Club and American Democracy Project are teaming up to host an online zoom lecture live from 7 – 8 P.M. on Sept. 22. The lecture features American author and journalist, Alexander Hefferner, who hosts on PBS. The lecture will focus on civil discourse in

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It’s okay to ask for help

By Cassidy Martenson Intern  Many college students face battles beyond the confines of the classroom on a daily basis. It is important to understand that these battles are worthy of attention, and that no one is truly alone in their struggles. As mental illness becomes represented and accepted among young adults, it must be made

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