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Carnegie Center, City of New Albany complete new riverside skate park

Sellersburg teen Isak Guernsey is undeterred by the sight of snowflakes while skating. Taught by his older brother, Guernsey has been on a board since he was three years old.

Moriah Harrod, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2020

The City of New Albany and The Carnegie Center for Art and History completed construction in December 2019 on the New Albany Flow Park, a creative collaboration built along the Ohio River. Part public art exhibit, part recreational park, the $500,000 project replaces the outdated skate park between...

IU Southeast remembers 9/11

Chancellor Ray Wallace leads the crowd in a moment of silence. “This is really a moment of commemoration. We need to remember the people who lost their lives on this tragic event and we don’t need to forget that anytime soon. It’s a time for us to take a little time out of our lives to bow our heads and remember what that day meant,” Wallace said.

Laura Hubrich, Staff

September 12, 2014

On the morning of September 11, 2014, a gloomy, rain soaked sky described this day of remembrance perfectly. Students and faculty gathered together in McCullough Plaza yesterday to remember those who lost their lives during the 9/11 attacks, and praise those who fought, and continue to fight,...

Professor honored at memorial

Hannah Ash

June 16, 2013

Friends, students and colleagues gathered to honor the life of Thomas D. Kotulak at a memorial service held in University Center room 127 on Saturday, June 15. Kotulak was associate professor of political science and adviser to the IU Southeast chapter of the Student Civil Liberties Union. Kotulak...