The Horizon

Student captures small moments with paint

IUS Horizon

November 25, 2012

A woman sitting in her favorite green chair with her very fat brown cat, stare directly at students as they walked down into the lower level of the IUS Library. This painting, called “Ambrose,” was just one of the six paintings featured in the “Artist Among Us Gallery,” on Nov. 9. Mo...

Artist connects through spoken word

IUS Horizon

November 11, 2012

The Commons can be a busy place with students meeting there to discuss homework assignments, catching up with friends and even trying to fit in meals before their next classes. It is a fast-paced, loud area that serves many purposes for the active student. However, on Wednesday, Nov. 7, for a mom...

IUS set to host KIAC championship

IUS Horizon

October 28, 2012

The Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference selected IU Southeast to host the semifinal and championship games this year. “I’m very honored to host the KIAC this year,” Joe Glover, athletic director, said. Previously, the KIAC was a Kentucky-school conference only, but it has no...

Intramurals director spikes program into new year

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October 21, 2012

The Intramurals Program delayed its activities for the 2012-13 school year while the Athletics Department searched to find a new intramurals director. After nearly a month of inactivity, Tom Dowling was hired to fill the position after Perry Brown, former intramural director, moved to Alabama to ...

Non-traditional student values ‘I,’ ‘US’

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October 14, 2012

The moment Yvonne Bagshaw, general studies senior, walked into the Adult Student Center for the first time, Kim Pelle, coordinator for Non-traditional Student Programs, said she knew Bagshaw was going to be very successful and inspirational. However, Bagshaw said she did not always feel that way....

Gamer plays many roles on campus

IUS Horizon

October 7, 2012

Megan Schultz, English junior, who answers mostly to Megz, said she is an amazingly busy individual. She spends about 10 to 15 hours on homework per week, as well as being on campus nearly 30 hours per week. However, Schultz still tries to find time for herself by participating in a particular...

Cadet Program turns students into officers

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September 23, 2012

In 83-degree heat and full-police uniform, Ryan Knight, criminal justice junior, has been giving out parking citations for nearly five hours. While he may be tired, Knight said he is very proud of his work as the first police cadet at IU Southeast. “I’m extremely happy with my position,...

IUS flags academic performance

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2012

IUS faculty have implemented a new program, FLAGS, in order to help students stay on the track to graduate and, more importantly, to keep them in school. FLAGS stands for “Fostering Learning, Achievement, and Graduation Success.” Faculty now has the ability within their student roster to ...

IUS community copes with delay in financial aid

IUS Horizon

September 9, 2012

For this school year, there will be a delay in students receiving their financial aid, due to a law passed by Congress in December 2011. This new law being implemented by Congress will affect how much financial aid students can receive, how long they can receive it and how soon interest will begin t...