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Faces of IUS

Faces of IUS

Anna Smith, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

Hannah attended IU for two years and has been at IU Southeast for the last few years. “I like the small classes. You get to know your teachers and all the students and it is easy to meet people and study and know they are all working towards the same goal as you.” She is not sure what she wi...

Student, supervisor, professor

Student, supervisor, professor

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

Coffee shops are common places professors and students go to finish their work while enjoying a hot cup of coffee after a long day on campus. The same can be said for Matthew Goldberg, an adjunct professor at IU Southeast. He takes this short time in the coffee shop for himself, relaxing from the...

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor

September 3, 2019

Jeremy Weremeichik’s passion for geology began in his high school earth science class, where his teacher led the class through a tour of a cave in upstate New York. Weremeichik and his peers waded through water almost reaching their waists, navigating a wild cave, which is a cave without conventional...

On-air, online, on campus

On-air, online, on campus

Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor

July 10, 2019

As students wander the halls of University Center South, sounds of American Football’s “Never Meant” may emanate from a peculiar room with a glowing red “on-air” sign. Inside, there is a strong possibility one may find Matt McClellan, senior traditional communications major and station manager...

Lyda Radford, the first Grenadier

Lyda Radford, the first Grenadier

Kat Lynn and Jayla Rose

April 15, 2019

Over 68 years ago, Lyda Radford was denied access to schools in her residing state, leading to her travel across the river to gain a higher education and pursue her passion. “It is important to remember Ms. Lyda Radford because the documented story about her as the first student at IU Southeast...

More than an instrument

More than an instrument

Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2019

Wood chips rain onto the floor of a well-lit cement room as a hand plane drags across a board roughly shaped like a guitar. Across from the work table, another guitar hanging from the ceilings glistens from a fresh coat of finish in the fluorescent light. This is not a company that produces hundreds...

Southern Indiana’s 3D Valley Farm

Southern Indiana’s 3D Valley Farm

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019

Nestled on the corner of Bank and Market Street in downtown New Albany, dozens of vendors and farmers offer their fresh produce, organic meats and—at the stand belonging to local farmers Steve and Jane Carr—bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup. The couple sells their products at the farmer’s markets...

Criminal Justice professor dives deep into diversity

Criminal Justice professor dives deep into diversity

Natalie Allen, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019

In a society growing with diversity, Jennifer Ortiz, assistant professor of criminology and criminal justice, joins the community in fighting for equality and virtue. Ortiz earned her bachelor's and master's degrees at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She received a master's in both policing ...

IU Southeast cheerleaders balance school and spirit

IU Southeast cheerleaders balance school and spirit

Jayla Rose, Staff Reporter

January 28, 2019

IU Southeast graduate Hayley Little is now the coach for the IU Southeast cheerleading team she said helped build her. Admittedly, Little enjoys her coaching cheer at IU Southeast, but said it requires year-round dedication. “The season starts in the summer, and ends when basketball ends. That...

A record-worthy career

A record-worthy career

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

January 21, 2019

Coming into the 2019 softball season, the IU Southeast Grenadiers will field seven seniors for their final seasons. Several of these seniors are leaving their marks on the program, now entering its twelfth year of existence, by writing their names in the record books. One name in those books is senior...

Massachusetts student meets Midwest campus

Massachusetts student meets Midwest campus

McKenna Curry, Staff Reporter

November 23, 2018

Imagine living on the East Coast as a senior in high school, debating on where exactly to attend the next, potential four years of college. You decide to log on to Google Maps and look for colleges that are characterized by a graduation cap symbol. While looking in the Midwest section of the United S...

Play dress up for a living?

Play dress up for a living?

Candace Leilani, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018

Hair done? Check. Make up? Check. Shoes? Check. Costume? Check. This becomes Madi Sellmer-Shipman’s checklist as she leaves her living quarters and drives to her destination for each acting gig. Madi Sellmer-Shipman, sophomore and secondary education major at IU Southeast, has been doing just...