The Horizon

Two professional photographers captured IU Southeast’s attention at the Ogle Center

Tamara Gooch (right) answers a question while Jess Lee listens. Photo by Sydney Randall.

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2019

Renowned professional photographers Jess Lee and Tamara Gooch came to IU Southeast to speak about their experiences and share the beauty of nature and wildlife within their images at the Ogle Center Thursday, Oct. 24. The event is part of the 11th annual Louisville Photo Biennial, which is a photo...

Campus that never sleeps

Fred Jackson portrait. Photo by John Clere.

Callie Manias, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

After classes are finished and students are heading back home or to the lodges, some faculty are just arriving on campus to make sure it’s ready for the next day of classes. “What you do represents what this campus is all about and our responsibility is the safety, health and wellbeing, and ...

Sexual violence prevention at IU Southeast has a new face

“I hope to share and implement prevention tools and resources that everyone on campus will benefit from-ultimately helping others ensure that IU Southeast is a safe place to live, learn and work.”

Abby Bauerla, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

IU Southeast was recently granted $300,000 to fund a program that will help those who have been affected by sexual abuse. New programs and trainings are in the planning stages because of both the grant and Nikki Green. Green is the new grant projects coordinator at the Office on Violence Against W...

IU Southeast commemorates 9/11 anniversary

IUS students and faculty gathered at McCullough Plaza at 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday to remember the attacks on Sept 11, 17 years ago.

Dustin Kiefer, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018

A cool morning air gently flows over McCullough Plaza carried on by a peaceful morning breeze. At 8:46 a.m. on Sept. 11, 17 years ago, the first plane, Flight 11, crashed into the the North Tower of the World Trade Center. Today, at the same time of the attacks, Chancellor Ray Wallace and a small group o...

Senior art exhibit brightens the IUS campus

Savannah Goerres is a Drawing major, who also enjoys crocheting and knitting in her free time. When asked what art it, her reply was, “It gives a voice to people who don’t necessarily have a way to speak and express themselves.” Photo by Beth Hunter.

Beth Hunter, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017

Senior year is an exciting time for college students. Seniors in the Art Department got the opportunity to showcase their work to the community in the IU Southeast Graduating Class Open Studio Weekend. The gallery, located all through Knobview Hall, included twenty-five studios where the artists were...

IUS Dominates in Homecoming week

Throughout the game, the Grenadiers pushed past the Bulldogs’ defense, enabling Deshawn Lewis, business management sophomore, to achieve a dunk.

Bailey Sanders, Content Editor

November 11, 2017

It was all wins on Saturday for the men’s and women’s basketball teams at the IU Southeast Homecoming. Before Saturday’s games, students and alumni gathered in the parking lot outside the gymnasium for a tailgate. The  tailgate included food and drinks, corn hole, a bubble truck, booths for so...

State of the Campus Address

“I’m excited to see our growth, in terms of graduate enrollment. I’m excited to see some new initiatives in terms of equipment. I am a very positive individual and as I said there, I’m very proud to be the Chancellor and we’re doing a good job,” Wallace said.

Stephen Simmons, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2017

Chancellor Ray Wallace, entering his fourth year as chancellor, took the stage in the Hoosier Room for a State of the Campus Address to discuss his plans for IU Southeast’s future, including budget cuts and new online content. The address was held in the Hoosier Room at 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 22. Wa...

The History of the IU Southeast Student Conference

Diane Wille, dean of research and graduate studies, and Chancellor Ray Wallace at the 2016 Student Conference. “Last year we had 300 presenters and 200 presentations,” Wille said. Photo provided by Diane Wille.

Michael Melchor, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017

One of the longest traditions on IU Southeast campus was born after two decades of work by IU Southeast students. The necessity was there for many students to display their work with faculty and on capstone projects to display that work for other students. That tradition continues next month at the 13th...

Commuting Versus Living on Campus

Student Parking zone signs are visible in all parking lots on the IU Southeast campus, designating where students are allowed to park.

Randi McDole, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2017

College is a time when students often make many life decisions that can have a lasting impact on who they are and how they want their life to be. When making the transition to college, students at IU Southeast have the option of either living on campus or commuting. With a limited amount of on-camp...

A Valuable Resource for Non-Traditional Students

The Adult Student Center is located on the top floor of University Center South in room 206.

Randi McDole, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2017

Every student has a different situation. Some students live on campus, some students commute, some students have jobs and some students focus all their time on education. No matter a student’s situation, there are resources to help students succeed at IU Southeast. IU Southeast’s Adult Student Center is a p...

Castle Club hosts first ‘Muggle Quidditch’ match

The players break at intermission to catch their breath. Organization leadership sophomore Cody Usher (pictured right) said, “I’m a Hufflepuff. I value loyalty and because honey badger don’t care.”

Katie Casper and Ty Simpson

October 4, 2015

The rain did not stop any muggles from joining the IU Southeast Castle Club when they hosted their first ever 'Muggle Quidditch' match on the IU Southeast campus on Sept. 29. It was cloudy, windy and cold as “Brooms up!” was yelled to begin the quidditch match on Tuesday night from 7:30 to ...