The Horizon

Anniversary excels to Gold Award

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December 2, 2012

Earlier this year, IU Southeast received the Gold Award in the Pride of CASE V Awards for Excellence in Specials Events, Series of Events. CASE stands for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, and this award honored the many 70th Anniversary celebrations that were held both on and off ...

Crime report brews alcohol improvement

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November 25, 2012

The Annual Campus Security Act and Fire Safety Report for 2011 was released on Oct. 1, showing a significant decrease in the number of crimes and arrests that took place on campus from 2009 and 2010. This report showcases information regarding campus crime statistics and procedures for fire safety, ...

Groups celebrate election with large turnout

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November 11, 2012

As President Barack Obama won re-election for 2012, IU Southeast brought Election Day to a local level by hosting an Election Watch Party on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in University Center North. More than 30 students attended the event, which included members of the College Democrats and College Republicans an...

TKE supports charity with toys

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November 11, 2012

Holding a Barbie doll or a couple of Hot Wheels cars is not normally how one would picture standing in line to get into a party hosted by Tau Kappa Epsilon. However, this was the scene at TKE’s Halloween Bash 2012 held on Oct. 25 at The Grand theatre in New Albany. Daniel Matthews, business marketing...

Crimson Crew: A key player for new students

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October 28, 2012

Crimson Crew members, also known as orientation leaders, help new students transition into college life in the IUS community. Orientation leaders help incoming students become acquainted with the IUS campus and let students know about the different resources the campus has to offer. Casey Parker...

LGBT advocate discusses life with same-sex parents

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October 21, 2012

Close your eyes and think about the images that come to mind when you hear the word marriage. Common images could be a wedding with heartfelt vows, the wedding cake, a reception with funny toasts or having a little too much champagne by the end of the night. Now imagine going through the wh...

Grenadiers kill Mountaineers, improve skills

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October 14, 2012

IU Southeast came away victorious in the 70-minute game against Berea College, held Oct. 2 in the Activities Building. The Grenadiers swiftly held off the Mountaineers throughout each set to come away with the win in three sets; 25-15, 25-17, 25-15. This fast-paced game was dominated by attac...

Grenadiers shut out Spalding

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October 7, 2012

IU Southeast came off their two game losing streak with a hard fought victory over Spalding University, Sept. 27 in the Activities Building. The Grenadiers battled to hold their lead throughout each set and eventually came away victorious, winning in three sets; 27-25, 25-22, 27-25. The Grenadiers do...

Grenadiers fall to Lindsey Wilson despite effort

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September 30, 2012

Lindsey Wilson College continued its seven-game winning streak with its win against IU Southeast Sept. 20 in the Activities Building. The Grenadiers kept it close but lost in four sets, 3-1, to the Blue Raiders. This loss ended the team’s two-game winning streak. “I am very, very, very pr...

Adviser inspired by past, looks forward to future

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September 23, 2012

Quirky. Random. Talkative. Hard-working. Loyal. Helpful. These are just a few adjectives that describe Misti Whitaker, newest academic adviser for the School of Social Sciences. “I think one of the things that makes me so unique is my sense of humor,” Whitaker said. She said her sense of humor...

Admissions counselor devoted to student success

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September 16, 2012

Lindsey Goss, new counselor of Admissions for High School and International Recruitment, said she is dedicated to her new job at IU Southeast. “It is very important for me to do a good job,” Goss said. Goss said she discovered her love for admissions while waiting in her college admissi...

Hardships inspire new president to prosper

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September 9, 2012

Christopher Cole,  general studies senior and president of the Multi-cultural Student Union, has made it through several turning points in his life to get him to where he is today. “I’ve been going to school for eight years now,” Cole said. “I had to work full time and pay my bills. Life ...