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Multi-platinum sound engineer to speak at the Kentucky Center

Multi-platinum sound engineer to speak at the Kentucky Center

John Renfrow, Contributing Reporter

July 29, 2019

Born as Finis White in Lexington, the now multi-platinum sound engineer “KY” (pronounced kay-why) is one of a select few names of hip hop pioneers from Kentucky making it on the biggest stage. The Kentucky native is coming to the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville on July 3...

Winter is coming…this month

Winter is coming…this month

India Wong, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019

On April 14, the eighth and final — and much-anticipated — season of Game of Thrones (GOT) will air its first episode. GOT is a TV show on HBO, based on George R. R. Martin’s book series, “A Song of Ice and Fire.” The series first premiered in April 2011.   Since its premiere, the series received 47 P...

From part-time work study to full-time career

From part-time work study to full-time career

Tessa Arnold, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019

In the fall of 1979, Kim Roberson was seeking a part-time student job to pay for tuition and books. She went into the Bursar’s office after hearing they were looking for a student employee, but she had no luck. The next day, Oct. 9, her birthday, they called her and said “We can give you two ...

New artist resident brings new ideas to IUS ceramics program

New artist resident brings new ideas to IUS ceramics program

Shelby Pennington, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019

Tucked in a small room adjacent to the ceramics classroom, clay, vinyl and plastic twist together in bright colors and bold forms. The walls are plastered with drawings, neon paint, tape and material samples; all inspiration to the studio’s occupant, artist resident Sydney Ewerth. Artist Reside...

Temporary teachers strive for tenure and experience

Temporary teachers strive for tenure and experience

John Renfrow, Editor in Chief

March 20, 2019

Robert “Bobby”  Wells begins his pirate class like any other teacher with orthodox greetings, attendance, slideshows and questions. From there, the class voyages everywhere from Viking-controlled waters of Europe to the tropical island of Tortuga in Haiti, searching for the fountain of youth and c...

Frank Oz – the character, not the voice

Frank Oz – the character, not the voice

Joshua Roy and Mac Aubrey

March 20, 2019

On Tuesday, March 19, Frank Oz spoke to a packed house about his career with The Muppets and Sesame Street, as well as his days as a director and experiences working with Jim Henson and George Lucas. “First of all, I’m not a voice person. I don’t even think of the voices. I do the character...

What’s up with the hole in front of Crestview?

What’s up with the hole in front of Crestview?

Callie Manias, Staff Reporter

March 13, 2019

If an IUS student has a class in Crestview Hall, he or she might have noticed some caution tape and temporary barricading around a hole in the sidewalk. The hole, which is just a few feet away from the entrance to Crestview, was caused by a water line break on Jan. 21 of this semester. Since the...

Grenadiers bounce back against Midway

Grenadiers bounce back against Midway

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

March 12, 2019

A cold snowy day at Koetter Sports Complex made for an interesting game last Thursday when the IU Southeast baseball hosted River States Conference rival Midway University in the first game of a two day, three-game series. The nine-inning affair was originally scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m., but snow...

How sustainable is the model of your smartphone?

How sustainable is the model of your smartphone?

Marc Andry, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019

Smartphones are almost a necessity in today’s society, but how long do they really last? The responsibility of sustaining a smartphone partially falls on the user for taking care of it, but also to the manufacturer for continually supporting it. A smartphone is usually considered useless when it’s broken or...

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 ...

Treasures hidden in the attic

Treasures hidden in the attic

Callie Manias, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019

Many students use the library to study or to do homework, but there are many other aspects of the library that are not well known to students. The Center for Cultural Resources (CCR) is part of the IU Southeast Curriculum Materials Center and contains kits with artifacts from different countries. Cl...

Grenadiers open home season with a comeback win

Grenadiers open home season with a comeback win

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2019

The IUS baseball team started by picking up victories against three schools ranked in the top 20 in NAIA, the University of the Cumberlands (19), Bryan College (15), and Campbellsville (14). They would follow that with a two game sweep of Huntington University in Westfield Indiana to start the year 5-3. ...