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UPDATE: IU Southeast classes canceled on Saturday, Dec. 7

UPDATE: IU Southeast classes canceled on Saturday, Dec. 7

IUS Horizon

December 6, 2013


Filed under Campus, Kentuckiana, News

UPDATE (8:30 a.m., Dec. 7, 2013): Classes on Saturday, Dec. 7 are canceled, according to a IU Notify alert. UPDATE (9:47 p.m., Dec. 6, 2013): IU Notify just announced that there will be a two-hour delay on Saturday, Dec. 7. That means morning classes meet from 10 a.m. to noon, and afternoon cl...

IUS Police host Lost and Found Sale

Kimberly Crowe

November 21, 2013


Filed under Campus, News

Many students at IU Southeast came to Hoosier room Monday, Nov. 18, to see what great deals they could get. Every semester, the IUS Police host the Lost and Found Sale. This sale is similar to a yard sale on a Saturday morning. At the sale, unclaimed lost items are sold at decent prices. The...

History professor surprised by Sagamore of the Wabash award

History professor surprised by Sagamore of the Wabash award

Joel Stinnett

October 25, 2013


Filed under Campus, Kentuckiana, News, Top Stories

Carl Kramer, adjunct assistant professor of history, began his US history class planning to lecture as usual.  Those plans changed when Indiana State Senator Jim Smith unexpectedly walked in the door and interrupted the instructor of 34 years. “You could tell he wasn’t sure what was about to ...

EagleEye connects classrooms

Adam Taylor

October 22, 2013


Filed under Campus, News

Students at IU Southeast can now sit in the same classroom as those across the state, thanks to the new “EagleEye” room. Located in Knobview 011, the $37,000 room is equipped with two 70-inch flat screen TVs, two dynamic webcams, three microphones hanging from the ceiling and a computer station...

Police blotter: Oct. 11-Oct. 16

IUS Horizon

October 22, 2013


Filed under Campus, News

Oct. 11 at 8:23 p.m.  Trevor Ash, 20, Matthew Rommos, 19, and Grant Vance, 19, were arrested for illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. The three were originally pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign. After the officer issued a warning, one allegedly threw a glass bottle out of the wi...

IU Southeast hosts career fair

IU Southeast hosts career fair

Alphonzo Bridgeman

October 22, 2013


Filed under Campus, News

On Oct. 10, the Hoosier Room was buzzing with conversations from every direction. The turnout was promising, it couldn’t have been a better day for a job fair. “The big rush came around lunch time,” said Trey Lewis, director of IUS Career Development.  Many of the companies at the job fair were looking for part-time employe...

Video: Tinker Tour USA stops at IU Southeast

Video: Tinker Tour USA stops at IU Southeast

Aprile Rickert

October 19, 2013


Filed under Campus, News, Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=aXDmXSjAkGc Mary Beth Tinker, plaintiff in the famous Tinker v. Des Moines Supreme Court case, visited IU Southeast on Oct. 9, 2013, and spoke with students.

Presentation teaches students healthy eating habits, sustainability

Presentation teaches students healthy eating habits, sustainability

Angelica Jackson

October 15, 2013


Filed under Campus, News

Wake up, it’s almost time for midterms! If you are feeling low on energy, how about making a quick and easy smoothie, or tossing together a delicious green salad to boast your energy and help you achieve your goals this semester? Kimberly Pelle, the Program Coordinator of the Non-Traditional...

Writing Center gets collaborative upgrade

Writing Center gets collaborative upgrade

Amy Lewis

October 12, 2013


Filed under Campus, News, Top Stories

It began as a vision by one faculty member, and with the help and collaboration of other faculty at IU Southeast, the vision turned into a reality. The Writing Center has undergone a major facelift since the summer.  The room is structured completely different than in the past. There are now three collaboration stations around the room.  These stations a...

TARC goes the extra mile

TARC goes the extra mile

Angestasia Grover

October 12, 2013


Filed under Campus, Kentuckiana, News

TARC buses have gone the extra mile to satisfy commuting passengers with their million-dollar updates. According to TARC’s website, TARC has been given a $30 million investment, $20 million of which is provided by the Ohio River Bridges Project. Up until 2017 those investments are being used to...

Use your rights or lose them: Tinker Tour USA stops at IU Southeast

Use your rights or lose them: Tinker Tour USA stops at IU Southeast

Hannah Ash

October 12, 2013


Filed under Campus, News, Top Stories

When thirteen-year-old Mary Beth Tinker and other students decided to wear black armbands to school in 1965, they did not consider that it would launch them into a landmark Supreme Court hearing or earn them a place in the history books. On Oct. 9 2013, Tinker and Student Press Law Center atto...

Video: Advising Week 2013

Video: Advising Week 2013

Melissa Spaide and Angrestasia Grover

October 2, 2013


Filed under Campus, News, Video

As spring classes released online, IUS advisors put together advising week. They set up stations and hosted events to try to convey to students the importance of meeting with an advisor. We spoke with some advisors about this importance and discussed how the meeting can benefit students....