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Internships Pay Dividends

These four IU South Bend students valued the unexpected benefits of their internships, and so did their employers. Carrington Boyd, Krista Schilling, Heather Hayes and Leslie Lestinsky recently participated in internships that really made a difference.

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Student Playwright and Actor

Brad Pontius

Brad Pontius is a senior and he has spent his four years at IU South Bend immersed in the Theatre Department in the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts. “Theatre and anything on the stage is my passion,” he said. He proved it by becoming the first student to write the screenplay for the annual “Michele’s Little Hearts Theatre Presentation” where thousands of local school kids come to IU South Bend to watch a play.

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Alum // CEO // Video Game Developer

Too DX

Nathaniel Green (BS ’13) is not your typical accountant. After graduating from the Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics with an accounting degree, Green and his childhood friend, Auston Montville, co-founded the Seattle-based indie video games studio TOO DX. “While I was at IU South Bend, I had some amazing professors who championed the work I was doing."

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Biking Through Northern Vietnam

After a spectacular and dramatic three-week solo bicycle vacation in northern Vietnam last summer, Alison Stankrauff, IU South Bend associate librarian and archivist, is eager to return. “The beauty of the landscape, and the friendliness of the people was incredible,” she said. “Vietnam was unlike any other place that I’ve been in my life.”

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A Sustainability Visionary

Mike Keen

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Construction Projects

Gateway Information Center

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Honor Roll of Donors

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