The Horizon

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...

IUS celebrates 70 years of progress

IUS Horizon

August 28, 2011

As the fall semester begins and students return to campus for classes, the celebration of IU Southeast’s 70th anniversary will be commencing. Before IU Southeast covered 180 acres in New Albany and more than 7,000 students were enrolled, IU Southeast was a small, commuter campus located in downtown Jeffersonville. The original campus was created in...

Editors Offer Heartfelt Goodbye

Horizon Graduating Editors

IUS Horizon

April 18, 2011

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Friends, family gather to honor vets

IUS Horizon

April 10, 2011

A presentation was hosted at Stem Hall in the Ogle Center on April 6. The event was sponsored by IU Southeast Student Veterans Organization and the Military Family Research Institute’s Operation Diploma Grant. Becky Hall, a military mother, and Jennifer Crane, Army veteran and Kingston, N.Y. nativ...

Mayoral candidates debate issues in Jeff.

IUS Horizon

April 1, 2011

The IUS College Democrats sponsored a Jeffersonville Democratic mayoral debate at IU Southeast on April 1. Mayoral candidates Teresa Bottorff-Perkins, Rob Waiz, Kevin Vissing and Tom Galligan were asked more than a dozen questions about their action plans in dealing with various issues wi...

New Albany sends teams off to nat’l tournament

Doug England, mayor of New Albany, stands with Jazzmarr Ferguson, senior guard, at the send-off celebration on March 4.

IUS Horizon

March 15, 2011

The city of New Albany hosted a send-off celebration in honor of the IUS men’s and women’s basketball teams at the City-County Building in downtown New Albany on March 4. “It’s great that the city was here to honor these athletes,” Joe Glover, IUS athletic director, said. “The...

No horsing around; Students perform ‘Equus’

Drew Cash, University of Louisville graduate, bows down before J.R. Stuart, professional actor, as the actors playing horses — Robbie Hudgell, theatre junior, Chris Snyder, bioinformatics junior, and Phillip Rivera, theatre sophomore — bow down, as well. This play, “Equus,” was recently performed in the Robinson Theater of the Ogle Center.

IUS Horizon

March 8, 2011

Having shocked audiences for nearly four decades, the controversial play “Equus” recently came to IU Southeast. This play was made famous when Daniel Radcliffe, star of the “Harry Potter” movies, surprised fans by stripping down and bearing it all for everyone to see. Fr...

Economist evaluates spending theories

Arthur Laffer, economist, talks about the state of the economy and the effects of stimulus spending. He spoke at this year’s Sanders Speaker Series.

IUS Horizon

March 3, 2011

The Los Angeles Times said he was one of a dozen who shaped the ’80s, and, a decade later, Time Magazine called him one of the 20th century’s greatest minds. Arthur Laffer, economist, came to IU Southeast on Feb. 23 to speak at this year’s Sanders Speaker Series to a crowd of about 350 peopl...

Student mayoral candidate drops out

IUS Horizon

February 22, 2011

Matt Owen, political science sophomore and candidate for Jeffersonville mayor, withdrew his name from the mayoral election a few minutes before noon on Friday, Feb. 18. The deadline for filing candidacy was at noon. Owen was one of the two Republican candidates in the race. Instead, Owen has decided to run for a seat on the Cit...

Science students rejoice: Natural Sciences Lab opens

IUS Horizon

February 18, 2011

The Life Sciences Building has opened a new lab for students needing additional instruction in the sciences. In November, some faculty members recognized a need for supplemental instruction in the sciences after a student voiced his concerns to the Student Government Association about his need for additional help wit...

From café to campaign trail: IUS student runs for mayor

IUS Horizon

January 31, 2011

On any other day at the Adrienne & Co. Bakery and Café, Matt Owen, political science sophomore, could be seen working the cash register or baking his favorite raspberry cheesecake. On Friday, Jan. 28, Owen was front and center at the bakery, where he promoted his campaign kick-off for mayor of Jeffersonville...

New fitness series provides free classes

IUS Horizon

January 25, 2011

With falling temperatures, intermittent snow and rain accumulating, students may find themselves in need of a way to stay fit, stay warm and get rid of stress. This semester, the Student Program Council along with Residence Life and Housing, the YMCA of Floyd County, Bikram Yoga on Grant Line Road and Hot Yoga on Shelbyville Roa...