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Love Your Melon Presents Fashion with a Cause

Love Your Melon Presents Fashion with a Cause

Kaitlin Porter, Staff Reporter

Love Your Melon (LYM), an apparel brand whose goal it is to give a hat to every child in America battling cancer, has brought its fashionable beanies to the IU Southeast campus. Love Your Melon’s mission is not onl...  Read More »

Nov 23 • No Comments

Project AHEAD Gives Kids a Chance to Expand Their Minds

Project AHEAD Gives Kids a Chance to Expand Their Minds

November 21, 2016

“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Hits The Stage at IUS

“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Hits The Stage at IUS

November 18, 2016

Veterans Honored at IU Southeast

Veterans Honored at IU Southeast

November 12, 2016

Campus Boogie Returns to IU Southeast

Campus Boogie Returns to IU Southeast

November 10, 2016

Black Lives Matter Protest Comes to IUS

Black Lives Matter Protest Comes to IUS

November 9, 2016

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The Fight for Time Off

The Fight for Time Off

Jordan Williams, Features Editor

According to Mark Jallayu, since its conception, the role of the Student Government Association (SGA) has been to represent the voice of students on campus. He said in previous years, the SGA has not done as great of a job...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

Flavor of the Month

Flavor of the Month

Trevor Swearingen, Staff Writer

Pumpkin spice lover, Haley Johnson, psychology sophomore, sees pumpkin spice as more than just a spice. Haley Johnson loves the fall, in part because it’s pumpkin spice season. The psychology sophomore says that if it...  Read More »

Oct 31 • No Comments

Haunted Places of Kentuckiana

Haunted Places of Kentuckiana

Jose Aponte and Morgan Wooden

Culbertson Mansion Tis the season. Not for Santa and his elves but for ghost, monsters and supernatural happenings of all kinds. Halloween is the one time of the year when some people don’t mind being scared out of th...  Read More »

Oct 31 • No Comments

Students, Tours and Ghosts

Students, Tours and Ghosts

Kristy Fennessey, Staff Writer

On a quiet night in Old Louisville, a man is home alone, laying in his bed, when he hears footsteps outside of his room. He gets up to investigate, only to open his door and stare down an empty hallway. David Domine, adjunct...  Read More »

Oct 31 • No Comments

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IU Southeast men’s and women’s basketball teams kick off homecoming

IU Southeast men’s and women’s basketball teams kick off homecoming

Ashley Smith, staff reporter

As the band played, the people in the stands cheered and signs were waved, the excitement that filled the gym fueled the players to play hard at the IU Southeast homecoming game Nov. 5th. The women’s...  Read More »

Nov 9 • No Comments

Recent Sports Stories

IUS volleyball defeats Brescia on senior day

IUS volleyball defeats Brescia on senior day

IUS volleyball falls to Cincinnati Christian

IUS falls to IU Kokomo

“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Hits The Stage at IUS

“You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Hits The Stage at IUS

Kaitlin Porter, Staff Reporter

Charlie Brown’s iconic yellow and black shirt, Lucy’s attitude, Linus’ blanket and the whole Peanuts gang have taken over The Robinson Theater at Indiana University So...  Read More »

Nov 18 • No Comments

Dueling Father-Son Piano Duo Play to Inspire

Dueling Father-Son Piano Duo Play to Inspire

November 5, 2016

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Are NBA super teams bad for basketball?

Tyler Clerkin, Staff Reporter

In the NBA today, there seems to be an ongoing trend of teams trying to get the best players all on one team. The world has determined these teams to be known as a “superteam.” In this past...  Read More »

Nov 5 • No Comments

Recent Opinions Stories

A Broken System

A Broken System

Possibilities of the Presidential Elecetion

Possibilities of the Presidential Elecetion

Being Diverse Together

Being Diverse Together

Fool’s Gold

Fool’s Gold

From Doodles to Award Winning Art

Some people are born to make art. Kacey Slone, printmaking and graphic arts senior, has known that she enjoyed art since she was a young child. Starting at a very young age, Slone colored a lot, made storybook...  Read More »

Adult life is sometimes underwhelming

New technology showcased at Game On 1.5

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The student news site of Indiana University Southeast
The student news site of Indiana University Southeast