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2018 State of the Campus Address

2018 State of the Campus Address

John Clere and Stephen Simmons

September 23, 2018


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The Hoosier Room was host to IU Southeast’s State of the Campus Address on Friday, Sept. 21. Chancellor Ray Wallace delivered the annual speech in front of staff and faculty, covering topics like enrollment, new programs, campus budget and IU Southeast’s bass fishing team. In last year’s addre...

Carducci, iconic psychology professor, dies

Carducci, iconic psychology professor, dies

Shannon Greer, Editor-in-Chief

September 23, 2018


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As we learn more as the week progresses, we'll publish updates. In the meantime, we republish this profile of Bernie Carducci we wrote in September 2017 on the announcement of his retirement.

March to battle suicide

March to battle suicide

Dante Mills, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Being a college student can cause immense stress between staying on top of your assignments, meeting deadlines and worrying about tuition. This stress is only compounded when you throw a job, social life or relationship into the mix. For students who struggle with mental illness, prolonged stress has t...

IUS Implements Fall Break This Semester

IUS Implements Fall Break This Semester

Natalie Allen, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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IU Southeast has been one of the few local universities to not recognize a fall break. Students will now receive Monday, Oct. 15 and Tuesday, Oct. 16 off. The idea of IU Southeast having a fall break was brought on in 2016 by Mark Jallayu during his first term as Student Body President. After Jall...

Problems with mandatory courses

Problems with mandatory courses

Bryce Shreve, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Nearly one in three students end up dropping out of college completely, according to a report published by the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) in 2017. The overall completion rate for students attending college in the United States is 57 percent, according to the NSC. It also found that the typical...

Creating a degree: The approval process simplified

Creating a degree:  The approval process simplified

Ryan McCracken, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Creating a new degree at IU Southeast might take a few years, and the new degrees being offered this semester were first proposed months ago. This process is often extensive and must be passed through multiple committees before students can enroll in a new program. On-Campus Approval “The approv...

The Origins of the Grenadier

The Origins of the Grenadier

Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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In the United States, only one college has a grenadier as its mascot — IU Southeast. But what is a grenadier? To answer the question, a grenadier is an “elite Revolutionary War soldier, much like the contemporary green berets,” according to a 1973 issue of IU southeast’s former newspaper, The Stud...

New Graduate Programs Start This Fall

New Graduate Programs  Start This Fall

Ryan McCracken, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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It does not matter what undergraduate degree you are completing, IU Southeast now offers a graduate opportunity for you. As the campus continues to see increased enrollment in graduate programs, more degrees are being added to increase student opportunities. Master of Arts in Mental Health Counsel...

Sellersburg joins the expanding Coffee Crossing community

Sellersburg joins the expanding Coffee Crossing community

Josie Garwood, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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The high-pitched squeals of milk steaming muffled by the chatter of students, coworkers, and friends fill the Grant Line location of Coffee Crossing. The baristas bustle behind the bar, practicing their craft of specialty coffee. They work from dawn until dusk, striving to provide the warmest atmosphere...

The evolution of learning environments

The evolution of learning environments

Dante Mills, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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If you’re a student who works full time, is raising a child or has other responsibilities, it may be difficult to fit a three-hour class into your schedule. But maybe you also find it difficult to learn math outside of the traditional classroom. IU Southeast offers a variety of ways for students to receive their ...

Note-Taking Techniques

Note-Taking Techniques

Bryce Shreve, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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Casual banter trails off as the professor enters the room. A hush falls over the class as the dreaded Chapter One slideshow appears on the board. Students — well, most students — quickly reach for their notebooks. But in the digital age, not all notebooks are made from dead trees. Although there...

A virtual walk in the park

A virtual walk in the park

Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2018


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A life-size, remote controlled R2-D2 greeted students in the cafeteria on Wednesday, Sept. 12, as a part of IU Southeast’s “Game On.” Each semester, the University Information Technology Services puts on “Game On” to introduce students to different technology resources on campus. They h...