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One-woman show at the Ogle

One-woman show at the Ogle

Marc Andry, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2019

Two towers, each standing two and a half stories high, sat on both ends of a two-story castle. This set, spanning 60 feet wide, was designed by Theater Professor Rebekkah Meixner-Hanks, for a production of “Once Upon A Mattress.” “Our production of ‘Once Upon A Mattress’ was really impressive...

IU Southeast Printmaking Program Encourages Artistic Expression

IU Southeast Printmaking Program Encourages Artistic Expression

Stephen Simmons, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017

According to the school’s website, IU Southeast has more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. These academic options allow students to explore their unique interests. Offering variety, IU Southeast’s printmaking program is providing students with opportunities to develop their artistic abil...

From Doodles to Award Winning Art

From Doodles to Award Winning Art

Charlyn Corum, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2016

Some people are born to make art. Kacey Slone, printmaking and graphic arts senior, has known that she enjoyed art since she was a young child. Starting at a very young age, Slone colored a lot, made storybooks and took photos. Her grandmother would buy her disposable cameras each week and print the pictures out for her. These experiences triggered her passion for art. Before transferring to IU Southeast, Slone graduated from...

Activism in the arts

Activism in the arts

John Boyle, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2016

After the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage last June, Kim Davis, a county clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky, began withholding marriage licenses from couples looking to exchange vows. Davis was later jailed for contempt of court for ignoring court orders to start issuing licenses again....

Faculty mentors

Faculty mentors

Jordan Williams, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2015

The course instructor enters the classroom and routinely greets the students scattered before them. Preliminary discussion points for the day are scribbled on the whiteboard with a fading marker and the only sounds to be heard are the rhythmic clicks of ballpoint pens accompanied by the faint hum of...