Campus bids Bichelmeyer farewell

Campus bids Bichelmeyer farewell

Aprile Rickert

June 27, 2014

  If Barbara Bichelmeyer, outgoing interim chancellor for the 2013-14 school year has ever made an enemy at IU Southeast, they have yet to speak up. More than 70 faculty, staff and students turned out Wednesday to wish her well on her return to her post in University Administration, and to... READ MORE »

Alternate commencement ceremonies underway this week

Aprile Rickert

After the originally scheduled commencement ceremony for IU Southeast was canceled last Monday as a result of unexpected potentially severe weather, school officials scrambled to come up with a plan to give the graduating...  Read More »

May 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Student attracts national attention from self-published book

Student attracts national attention from self-published book

Tina Reed

"The splat the tomato created upon impact with the grimy tile was music to my ears. I bent over, picked the slice up, and flipped it to the other side. I let go again. Timber!...  Read More »

April 14, 2014 • 0 comments

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