Asian heritage celebration
The Asian-Pacific American Heritage Committee hosted the 14th annual IU South Bend Asian Heritage Month Celebration at the University Grill on Friday, April 12.
Watch the Game of Thrones
It aint safe in Westeros, watch the throne
Love for George R. R. Martin’s novels-turned-prime-time premium series is running at an all-time high. Season three premiered on March 31, to much anticipation, and a heavy promotional campaign.
Spring BFA Art Exhibitions feature graduating artists
Artist profile: Sarah Cukrowicz
At the end of every semester, students graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts display their finest work around campus and in exhibitions.
PREVIEW: Asian heritage celebration
The Asian-Pacific American Heritage Committee is hosting the 14th annual IU South Bend Asian Heritage Month Celebration at the University Grill on Friday, April 12.
Comedian Dan Ahdoot returns to IUSB
The event, which was open to IUSB and Ivy Tech students, was hosted by the Titan Productions team.
New York Times bestselling author reads at IUSB
Carole Boston Weatherford reads from book commemorating 100th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death
With 40 books published and counting, numerous awards and a spot on the New York Times bestsellers list, Carole Boston Weatherford’s career has been nothing short of successful.
Marching to the B.E.A.T. of their own drum
Unique local band prepares for battle
The B.E.A.T. began its formation back in 2005 when Kahn and Schroeder met in class at IU South Bend. They started playing music together in the campus’ Big Band around 2009.
Mandi Steffey's Entertainment Column
This is the end, my friends
I would like to thank those who have read the column over the past two years. I hope I brought you some useful information about local and national entertainment and cultural issues.
Summer music festivals sure to keep you busy
The school year is drawing to a close and summer is just out of reach. If you're like me, summer concerts are a must. Outdoor concerts are great for a lot of reasons.
Cats, cats and more cats
Cat culture is all around us. People scour the internet everyday for cute videos of cats in bathtubs, cats licking each other and the like. Luckily for me, I don't have to watch these videos. Cat culture occurs in my house daily.
The death of my middle school years: My Chemical Romance broke up
My Chemical Romance's new stuff is not good. I don't enjoy it. That fact didn't soften the blow when I heard MCR broke up on March 22.