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IU President-Elect, Pamela Whitten, visits IU South Bend

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief A whirlwind trip to regional campuses has led IU President-Elect, Pamela Whitten, to visit IU South Bend on April 26. During her travels, Whitten has been given a Hoosier welcome throughout the IU campuses. “I absolutely have been overwhelmed by the campus itself. It’s beautiful. The range of academic programs that

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Housing residents prepare to move out, Fall Semester plans pending

By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer IU South Bend Residential Housing residents will begin the move-out process on April 20. Students are required to be moved out by the evening of May 7.  Students moving out of residential housing are able to complete the check-out process in person or virtually through a Zoom meeting. It is

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Students express their creative side with Cocoa and Canvas

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu Students relaxed with creativity and a sweet drink on March 4. Titan Productions hosted Cocoa and Canvas for the first time this semester, both in-person and online. An IU South Bend student artist led the event. The group painting project gave students an 8×10 inch painting of a cardinal among

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The Career Fair moves to Zoom

By: Tori Wilson Staff Writer  wilsonvr@iu.edu The Career Fair is one of IU South Bend’s resources to help students get a head start on their careers while in school. This year’s Career Fair will be hosted on Zoom from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on March 18. Kim Moore, the director of career services, said

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Darryl Heller honored for his work at the Civil Rights Heritage Center

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu The City of South Bend honored Dr. Darryl Heller, director of the Civil Rights Heritage Center and professor of the Women and Gender Studies department, for Black History Month in February. The city invited Heller for a ceremony to honor many community members for Black History Month. Throughout the month

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Honors Program providing Malawi Matters with reusable pads

By: Kate Luce Co-Editor-in-Chief kmluce@iu.edu The IU South Bend Honors Program has teamed up with Malawi Matters to make reusable pads for young girls living in Malawi, Africa. This “Party with a Purpose” will provide almost 200 sanitary napkins.  This is a two-part event. Students first met on Zoom to cut out fabric for the

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Commencement ceremony to be students only, potential teleconferencing coming to SGA

By: Alyssa Foster Staff Writer The Student Government Association explained the commencement expectations for the 2020 and 2021 graduating classes and discussed the idea of campus teleconferencing Friday evening. President Kayla Isenbletter explained that no parents will be permitted at this year’s graduation commencement. Various reasons have caused the decision, but a space concern is

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Wellness Days replace spring break

By: Connie Klimek Staff-Writer coklimek@iu.edu A new addition to IU South Bend’s academic calendar welcomed for the spring semester, Wellness Days. Three Wellness Days were created in response to the pandemic’s impact on the spring semester.  All classes will not happen, and assignments will not be due on Wellness Days. The specific impact that inspired

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