The Horizon

Officers speak on Nuclear arms

IUS Horizon

April 19, 2009

Lt. General Robert G. Gard Jr. and Col. William Hauser gave a presentation on U.S. Nuclear weapons policy April 10 in University Center, room 122, to a crowd of more than 25. The presentation comes shortly after President Barack Obama announced the United States is encouraging all relevant natio...

Camp's California Adventure

IUS Horizon

April 10, 2009

Gavin Camp is living a dream. The 30-year-old IUS alumnus works for The Mill, an industry-leading visual effects company based in London, New York and Los Angeles. Camp recently won The First Boards Award for “Murals” and “Rock Band,” two commercials for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The awar...

Cheerleaders take title

IUS Horizon

April 5, 2009

The IUS cheerleading team won The Cheer Limited Open College National competition, Saturday, March 21, giving the team and IU Southeast their first national title in any athletic event. The Grenadier cheerleaders competed against seven other medium all-girl collegiate squads in one of the largest divisions at the competition, and, in addition to the victory,...

IUS cheer team secures school’s first national title

IUS Horizon

March 31, 2009

The IUS Cheerleading team won The Cheer Limited Open College National competition, Saturday, March 21, giving the team and IU Southeast their first national title in any athletic event. The Grenadier cheerleaders competed against 7 other medium all-girl collegiate squads in one of the largest divi...

IUS review released

IUS Horizon

March 16, 2009

More than 20 students and faculty members crammed into University Center, room 122 on Thursday, Feb. 26, for the release of The IUS Review. The Review is a collection of poems, essays and short stories written and edited by IUS students. To have material accepted into The Review, students must subm...

Scholarship money raised

IUS Horizon

March 13, 2009

More than $1,000 in ticket sales and donations was collected Tuesday, March 3, at the IUS International Festival to support overseas study scholarships. The festival, which had an estimated 250 people in attendance, highlighted the foods, clothing and cultures of more than a dozen different countries. T...

IUS women’s team ends regular season undefeated in KIAC

IUS Horizon

March 7, 2009

The IUS women’s basketball team remains undefeated in their conference as they head to the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. The Grenadiers defeated the  St. Louis College of Pharmacy Eutectics 101-33 on Feb. 21, in the Activities Building. Read More »...

Water line bursts

IUS Horizon

March 6, 2009

A routine utility service job went awry Friday, Feb. 13, when a sub-contractor from Snedegar Construction Company accidentally punched a hole in the campus’ chilled water line with a molding machine. Before digging, a utilities locator company marked all of the utility lines to ensure none of them were dam...

First IUS art professor dead

IUS Horizon

February 20, 2009

Jonas A. Howard, former professor emeritus of arts and chairman of the Division of Humanities, died Friday, Jan. 23, due to complications from surgery.   At the beginning of his 33-year career at IU Southeast, Howard was the only full-time staff member. Read More »...

Alumna helps village develop sustainablity

IUS Horizon

February 13, 2009

Isabel Estevez has been traveling to the San Gerardo village in Ecuador since she was 16 to help teach children English through the IUS School of Education course Explorations on Diversity Education. Now 22 and armed with an economics degree from IU Bloomington, Estevez has a loftier goal: helping...

Professors, students connect on the Internet

IUS Horizon

January 31, 2009

Walk into any computer lab on campus and, more than likely, at least one of the students is using a social networking Web site.  Social networking Web sites have made such an impact on students that IU Southeast has devoted a page in the First-Year Seminar book to giving advice on how to use them responsibly,...

New law requires ISBN disclosure

IUS Horizon

January 27, 2009

Barnes & Noble College Booksellers - the privately-held, sister company of Barnes & Noble Inc. - posted its International Standard Book Numbers online Jan. 3 after the spring 2009 book buying season started. The move comes eight months after the Higher Education Opportunity Act was signed into...