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Early Morning Gunshots Reported Near Edge of Campus

Early Morning Gunshots Reported Near Edge of Campus

Joseph Kauffman, Editor-in-Chief

August 11, 2016

Gunshots were reportedly fired near the southern edge of IU Southeast’s campus during an attempted robbery early Thursday morning. An IU Southeast spokesperson confirmed the victim was not an IU Southeast student. No injuries were reported as a result of the incident. The attempted robbery took place on Aug...

Horizon guide: peaceful study spots

Horizon guide: peaceful study spots

Charlyn Corum, Staff Writer

March 18, 2015

Studying for midterms can be time consuming and stressful. Distractions such as family, friends, roommates and pets can make studying difficult. Sometimes the best thing to do when trying to study is to find a peaceful place. Students of IU Southeast share peaceful places they sometimes go to study. IU S...

Brain food: tips to healthy eating on campus

Kaylynn Williams, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

Get up early, go to class, work late, and hit the bed. There is no time for a college student to eat healthy while always on the go, right? Wrong. Being healthy is not a characteristic. It is an accomplishment that takes time and dedication. Much like your studies, without the grades. One of the most...

IU Southeast students share on social media during lockdown

IU Southeast students share on social media during lockdown

Ashley Sizemore, News Editor

September 11, 2014

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Former IU Southeast student exhibits work

Former IU Southeast student exhibits work

Haley Warwick, Staff Writer

September 3, 2014

Wende Cudmore, printmaking artist, uses fruits and vegetables to create unique works of art that in her words, transform tradition. Her work is currently displayed on the first floor of the IU Southeast library. Cudmore is a 2013 IU Southeast graduate with a BFA in printmaking. Cudmore is a non-traditional...

Ice Storm 2009

IUS Horizon

February 4, 2009

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IUS graduate gone, not forgotten

IUS Horizon

November 22, 2008

James Thomas Falls died Nov. 9 at 56 years old, but the IUS graduate and former editor of The Horizon is remembered throughout campus, and is known for his perseverance. In 1999, Falls, who was forced to walk with a cane due to health issues, was returning to his hotel room after attending a colleg...

ROTC program to start on campus

IUS Horizon

November 22, 2008

The Metroversity Reserve Officer Training Corps program, offered by the University of Louisville, will have courses on the IUS campus starting next year. The courses offered will teach students about military doctrine, physical doctrine, army customs and traditions, leadership theory, principles of war...

Retention rate report released

IUS Horizon

November 22, 2008

The retention rate report for 2007 was released by the Indiana University Reporting and Research Web site in mid-October. The report for the fall 2007 cohort showed that overall retention of students pursuing second year studies at IU Southeast was 60.5 percent. This percentage is down by 1.8 percent...

New $8,200 mascot unveiled

IUS Horizon

November 22, 2008

Prime Time Mayhem was held Nov.11 in the Activities Building.  This was the kick-off for the 2008 basketball season. The event also served as the unveiling of the new Grenadier mascot. Pat Mrozowski, athletic director, said the plan for the new mascot had been in discussion since spring ’07. “Th...

Volunteering promoted

IUS Horizon

November 15, 2008

The “Give a Little, Get a Lot” event was held Nov. 4 in the University Center. Volunteering was the topic of discussion. Informing students on how to get the most out of volunteer work and how to carry it out into their career. Haley Groves, volunteer programs coordinator, facilitated this event. ...

Used computer sale continues

IUS Horizon

November 15, 2008

The IUS Information Technology department is now selling computers through the IUS Bookstore. The sale started on Oct. 20. Tom Prinz, manager of IT, said they legally must sell all of the old computers that get replaced. “It’s part of IU purchasing policy,” he said. “We cannot hold any co...