The Horizon

Performance student dreams big

IUS Horizon

October 16, 2011

Erin Carlisle, music performance senior, is an IUS enthusiast and is involved with many organizations on campus. Carlisle is from Indianapolis, and when she had to choose between multiple colleges, IU Southeast won her vote. Coming from a big city, Carlisle said she wanted a change. “I love the campus and the location,” Carlisle said. “...

Biology professor shapes young minds

IUS Horizon

October 2, 2011

Bacteria is everywhere — on handrails, backpacks, vending machines and in water. This is what Pamela Connerly, assistant professor of biology, taught children at a camp this past summer. Summer Enrichment at Community Montessori School, a day camp for children in New Albany, devoted one week to ecology and Connerly taught children about bacteria and bacteriophag...

Bridge closure causes inconvenience

IUS Horizon

September 26, 2011

The closure of the Sherman Minton Bridge has had an effect on many commuters in Southern Indiana and Kentucky, including students, faculty and staff at IU Southeast. Of the student body, 30 percent commute from Kentucky. While 24 percent full-time faculty and staff live in Kentucky, 44 percent of part...

Free fitness classes offer diverse exercises on campus

IUS Horizon

September 18, 2011

Fitness classes are now being offered at IU Southeast to students, faculty and staff. The classes are free to everyone who attends, and will be conducted throughout the fall semester. Classes are offered Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays during every week of classes this semester. Students can also choo...

New lodge requires approval for campus

IUS Horizon

September 11, 2011

With the number of students attending IU Southeast expanding, there are also a growing number of students wanting to live on campus. Unfortunately, the number of students is greater than the number of beds available. “For the past two years, we’ve had a pretty substantial waiting list,” Rut...