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Fitness center open to all

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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IU Southeast has an open fitness center that all students, faculty and staff can use for free. The fitness center is located inside the Activities Building on the south side of the campus. The general public can use the fitness center, but they either have to be a member of the Grenadier club or bu...

IU cracks down on illegal file sharing

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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File sharing is taking its toll on IU Southeast students and their pocket books. If students are caught file sharing, the consequences can range from large fines to permanently losing the privilege to access the IUS network via personal computer. Larry Mand, vice chancellor of Information Technology...

International students, world travelers have home here

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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Global Grounds held their first gathering for international students and world travelers Sept. 10 with coffee, snacks and discussion. Every month the Adult Student Center and International Student Organization co-sponsor Global Grounds, in an effort to gather international students and world travelers...

IUS Happiness Project launched

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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One IUS student and professor are working hard to find out if you are happy or not. Jeffrey Clarke, general studies senior, and Bernardo Carducci, professor of psychology, are currently conducting research on the topic of happiness among the student population. The Happiness Project, as it is known, is a simple, confidential online survey ...

New home for School of Education, Purdue in works

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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The School of Education and the Purdue College of Technology may have a new building to call home in 2010. The IU System has approved initial plans for a new on campus facility, and will submit a funding request to the state legislature in January. Read More »...

Nontraditional Students succeed

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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Nontraditional students may come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, but share a common drive to complete, or further, their education. At IU Southeast, these students have a place to call their own, and a staff member focused on helping them succeed. Kimberly Pelle is the manager of Adult...

IUS alumni inspires men’s tennis tournament

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2008


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Though graduating from college may be on the top of most students list, many students have more on their agenda. This was the case for Robert Briscoe, 2007 graduate of IU Southeast. Briscoe graduated spring semester of 2007, with a degree in secondary education for mathematics. Attending class on a...

Student Activity Fee distributed

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2008


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The Athletic Department bought two new treadmills, an indoor batting cage and a section of bleachers this fall. These purchases were made with money collected from Student Activity Fee. This fee is built into the tuition that all students have to pay. The money is distributed by the Student Life Committee....

Wind damage photos

IUS Horizon

September 15, 2008


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Remains of Ike damage IUS campus

IUS Horizon

September 15, 2008


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A combination of Hurricane Ike and a cold front from Canada created tornado force winds which hit IU Southeast Sunday afternoon causing catastrophic damage to the Life Science building; IUS grounds; the Activities Building and minor damage to Crestview and the IUS Library. “We’ve had 70 m.p.h wind damage before but I think thi...

Editors Roundtable 09-15-08

IUS Horizon

September 13, 2008


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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYetxTpOOTk] The Horizon editors discuss media saturation.

Editors Roundtable 09-08-08

IUS Horizon

September 13, 2008


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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fH7bO0nUKA] The Horizon editors discuss the media coverage of Sarah Palin.