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Grenadier Pride and Sportswear Culture at IU Southeast

Grenadier Pride and Sportswear Culture at IU Southeast

Tate McGarvey and Erin Coffee

March 23, 2018

Across the nation, college students are gearing up to see their teams compete in the annual NCAA tournaments. With all the buzz floating around about brackets and sports teams, loyalties at IU Southeast seem swayed, with colors across the spectrum displayed in the halls. At a school with its own sports and mascot, ...

New bridges to bring changes for Kentuckiana drivers

New bridges to bring changes for Kentuckiana drivers

Hannah Foreman, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2016

The last thing IUS students or professors need when traveling to campus is to be waiting in long lines of traffic as the exhaust from hundreds of cars fills the air. This is the reality of some tolled bridges. But the new bridge toll system coming to Louisville will be designed to change that. The...

IUS athletes take on new challenges

IUS athletes take on new challenges

Somolia Pumphery

March 21, 2016

Playing college sports usually means student athletes play four years of one sport before graduation. Here at IU Southeast, things can be a little different. The next two semesters will have senior forward for the IUS men’s basketball team Jordan Thompson and senior forward for the IUS women’s...

KIAC changes name to River States Conference

KIAC changes name to River States Conference

Parker Henes, Sports Editor

March 6, 2016

The conference that IU Southeast plays in changed their name and logo to celebrate the one hundredth year anniversary of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) on Friday, Mar. 4, 2016. The KIAC has restructured their image. The new name of the KIAC is the River States Conference. This...

IU Southeast basketball goals pass inspection

IU Southeast basketball goals pass inspection

Les Abbott, Staff Writer

March 3, 2016

Last Saturday, Feb. 20, spectators witnessed a bizarre ending to IU Southeast’s men’s basketball team’s senior day. During half time warm-ups, opposing team Carlow’s seven foot center, John LeGrande, went up and dunked on the right side of the goal. As he continued to hang on the rim, he...

Unexpected finish to senior day

Unexpected finish to senior day

Parker Henes, Sports Editor

February 20, 2016

The IUS men’s basketball team ended their season on a strange note on Feb. 20, 2016. The men’s game was deemed a no contest due to some unexpected halftime activities. During the halftime warm up session, Carlow’s seven foot player, John LeGrande, dunked the ball. He then hung on the rim a little...

Empty bleachers: student attendance down at sporting events

Empty bleachers: student attendance down at sporting events

Enrique Bryan, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015

Throughout college sporting events every college faces their own challenges with decline in sporting events. In Division I athletics they deal with their high ticket prices or quality of opponents. Though at the end of the day in such popular sports like football and soccer they will have the support...

Taking on more roles for the university

Taking on more roles for the university

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

The IU Southeast’s Athletic Department announced some changes within the department on Sept. 9. Some are within the university and some are strictly in the athletic department. Joe Glover, Denny Williams and Amanda Dailey-Weaver were asked to take on more responsibilities. Glover adds another title to his ...

IU Southeast doesn’t disappoint in Homecoming game

Blake Stewart, Staff writer

February 18, 2015

    The IU Southeast men’s basketball team had little trouble against the Asbury Eagles on Homecoming Saturday afternoon. They disposed of Asbury 75-55 in the activities building. The win put the Grenadiers at 8-15 overall and 5-7 in conference play. The Grenadiers came in to the game, l...

Grenadiers lose homecoming game after hot start

Elijah Lossner, Sports Editor

February 18, 2015

The Grenadiers failed to rise to the occasion on Saturday afternoon as they were beaten handily on homecoming by the Asbury Eagles 67-51. It was the IU Southeast women's fourth straight conference loss. They now sit tied for second in the south division with three other teams. The Grenadiers were...

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Laura Hubrich, Staff

October 1, 2014

IU Southeast held it's own ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Oct. 1 2014 in UC North. Chancellor Ray Wallace, who was challenged by Vice Chancellor Jason Meriwether, asked student organizations to participate. The student organization with the most money raised got to pour the ice bucket on Chancellor Wallac...