The Horizon

Police release 2007 crime report

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

The final draft of the Campus Security Act Annual Report 2007 will soon be released as a brochure available to students. Every year, the IUS Police Department releases a crime report from the previous year. This report contains all of the statistics concerning crime at IU Southeast. These numbers are comp...

SGA tries to buy tissues, weighs food

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

After the first reading of a bill that would allot $5 to buy facial tissues for the senate office, Student Government Association advisers recommended the senate look at easier ways to buy the tissues. Joe Wert, SGA adviser and associate professor of political science, said writing and voting on a bill...

Helping children deal with divorce

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, in the Adult Student Center, Michael Day, director of personal counseling services, and Jason Schwenker, graduate student, held a discussion on the topic of divorce and how to help your children deal with the situation. The Adult Student Center holds the diversity brown bag lunches once a month. The topics ...

IUS Library hosts quilt show

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

The IUS Library is holding a quilt show in their gallery in the downstairs of the library. The quits will be showcased from Oct. 20 until Dec. 15. The quilt show has 17 quilts by 12 people, either working for IUS or relatives of students. On Friday, Oct. 24, they held an open reception to honor ...

Weekend activities lacking

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

With resident life being new to the IU Southeast campus, weekend activities have become a   topic of discussion.  Students have raised issues with faculty concerning the lack of weekend events.  Read More »...

Alcohol arrests spike

IUS Horizon

November 1, 2008

Arrests and citations at IU Southeast have jumped from years past. Most of them are related to alcohol. So far, there have been nine alcohol arrests. Three of them involved students on campus. The other six have involved non-students coming to campus and getting arrested because of alcohol. Dennis Sim...

Professor honored by Royal Historical Society

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

James Beeby, associate professor of history, was recently bestowed the title of fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the United Kingdom’s highest honor for historical academia. The Royal Historical Society was founded in 1868 at the University of London and received its royal charter from Queen Victoria. “It is the foremost soc...

Police Blotter still concern for SGA

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

At the Student Government Association’s meeting on Oct. 23, Chief Justice Jeff Martin voiced displeasure with the publication of Jacob Korff’s title, SGA vice president, next to his name in The Horizon’s police blotter. The entry appeared in the Oct. 20 edition of The Horizon. Martin encouraged...

Diversity on IUS campus discussed

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

The present status of diversity on the IUS campus was the topic discussed at University Center North on Thursday, Oct. 23. Darlene Young, affirmative action team member at IU Southeast, opened the discussion to an audience of more than 30 interested staff, faculty and students. The meeting was a foll...

Campus discusses reality or hype of Global Warming

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

The second Common Experience meeting, “Reality or Hype,” was held on Oct. 14, in the IUS Library, where some interesting debates were taken place. The topics for this year’s Common Experience meetings have been focused on environmental matters. There will be a total of four Common Experience meetings all centered on...

Speaking for the trees

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

On Saturday, Oct. 18, children and their caregivers gathered on the second floor of the IUS Library to participate in a community outreach program titled, “Who Speaks for the Trees?” Barbara Thompson-Book, associate professor of education, said this is an annual event with a different theme each year,...

Haunted Chop Shop frightens all

IUS Horizon

October 25, 2008

Inspired to create something after acquiring a jet plane formerly owned by the rock band KISS, Brian Marshal, president of Louisville-based online trade show World Expositions, recently opened The Haunted Chop Shop in Jeffersonville, Ind. Located at the corner of Spring and Market streets in a bu...