The Horizon

Experts offer tips to recover from spring break

Lynn Bailey, Staff reporter

April 10, 2015

  Spring break can mean multiple things for college students. It can be signified as a time for relaxation, a time to party, or going simmering in the sun. After having a complete week off of Spring break how do students recover from being required to do absolutely nothing school relat...

Grenadiers lose to Bearcats at the buzzer

Grenadiers lose to Bearcats at the buzzer

Blake Stewart, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

    Brescia University escaped the Activities building Tuesday night after a layup by freshman guard, Darian McNary with just five seconds left which gave the Bearcats a 73-72 victory. The Grenadiers entered the matchup in a three-way tie for first place in the KIAC South Division....

Shyness expert guides through life example

IUS Horizon

April 9, 2012

Bernardo Carducci, professor of psychology and director of the Shyness Research Institute, has been studying shyness for 32 years. He has also published several non-fiction books and textbooks about shyness. Some of the books Carducci has written include: •    “The Pocket Guide to Making...

Food Court aspires for catchy name

IUS Horizon

March 19, 2012

IU Southeast collected submissions for a new name for the Food Court. Students, faculty and staff were eligible to submit entries until March 9. All of the submissions were submitted via e-mail in order for Dining Services to have the date and time postmarked.  More than 60 names wore submitted. Julie Ingram, director of...

IT Department brings new wave of communication

IUS Horizon

March 12, 2012

The IT Department at IU Southeast is bringing in a new phone system for faculty and staff called UniCom. Indiana University’s term for UniCom is United Communication Service, which uses Microsoft Lync to emerge voice and data together.  It is a unified desktop communication system that provides...

Education program creates relationships with schools

IUS Horizon

March 5, 2012

The Elementary Education Program has joined with Jefferson County elementary schools, including King, Byck, Sanders and Bowen, to construct a new program partnership. This will enable elementary education majors a chance to gain teaching experiences while attending IU Southeast. Gloria Murphy, dean...

Professor presents power of Sex and The Brain

IUS Horizon

February 27, 2012

The Sex and The Brain Workshop was held at the University Center North, room 127, on Feb. 14. This event was hosted by the IUS Psychology Club. The presenter of the workshop was Meghan Kahn, assistant professor of psychology, who specializes in the brain. About 85 students attended this workshop. Several topics arose in disc...

White Out pumps up spirit

IUS Horizon

February 20, 2012

The White Out event took place in the Activities Building on Feb. 11, kicking off homecoming for students, faculty and staff. Students came out to support the IUS men’s and women’s basketball teams to celebrate the Grenadiers basketball homecoming. Festivities at the event included free Papa John’s pizza, sponsored by the Athletic Department. It also included a...

Students employ tips for better résumés

IUS Horizon

February 13, 2012

The IUS Résumé Preparation Workshop was an informative and educational event that took place in University Center North, room 112 on Feb. 1.  This workshop was offered by the Career Development Center. Trey Lewis, director of the Career Development Center, greeted students before presenting his ré...

Band coach aspires to higher notes

IUS Horizon

February 7, 2012

Jennifer Spainhour, head coach of the pep band, is a newly hired employee of the IUS Athletic Department since October 2011. She is also a part-time band director, and she said she provides pep band students with the opportunity to play pop tunes during basketball games and pumping up the crowd with...

Lady Grenadiers bag the Bearcats

IUS Horizon

January 30, 2012

The IUS women’s basketball team beat the Brescia University Bearcats with a score of 71-45 on Jan. 17. This was the Grenadiers 14th victory this season, moving their record up to 14-6 overall. Megan Murphy, senior forward, was 5-13 from the field. She retrieved two steals, 13 rebounds and...

Athletic trainer strives to keep athletes alive

IUS Horizon

January 23, 2012

Tiffany Hammond, head athletic trainer, has been working in the sports medicine scene at IU Southeast since 2002 and has worked at the Athletics Department for 10 years. Hammond provides athletic training for all seven intercollegiate varsity sports at IU Southeast. She is also a full-time head athletic trainer contracted through Kourt. “[My most memorable experience i...