The Horizon

Art from around the world in Louisville

IUS Horizon

September 8, 2008

The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft has a new exhibit, woven art of the American Tapestry Alliance, is on display featuring artists from all over the world until Jan. 3. This is the first time this exhibit has come to Louisville, Ky. The works featured in the exhibit are not only featuring the best we...

Internet network accelerates

IUS Horizon

September 8, 2008

During the first week of the fall semester, the Internet network was so full that it became radically sluggish. People couldn’t log into their computers while others couldn’t surf the Internet at fast speeds. This is one reason the IUS network is about to get a speed boost from a program called...

Summer in Ecuador 2008

IUS Horizon

September 8, 2008

Kelly Dehr, elementary education senior, said, “I enjoyed the trip very much. It changed my life in so many way.”    Dehr was speaking of the Summer in Ecuador 2008 trip.   This is a partnership that began five years ago, where students and coordinators from IUS School of Education can experience...

IUS serves groceries

IUS Horizon

September 4, 2008

Dining and Conference Services opened up a small grocery during the first week of the fall semester. The grocery, called Mom’s Pantry, is located in the Commons Area Food Court in University Center North. It’s adjacent to the cash register. It’s a small store with a limited selection of items. Mom’s Pantry does offer soup, crackers, chips a...

Student body mourns death of student

IUS Horizon

September 3, 2008

  James Ryan Shawver, 19, accounting sophomore, died in a car accident returning from another student's funeral on Aug. 26.   Shawver was a member of Phi Kappa Alpha, part of the Student Government and almost any other student activity he could fit in, Daniel “Blue” Rumbley, close friend an...

Hillside’s leaking

IUS Horizon

September 3, 2008

After 15 years of leaking roofs on the IUS campus and requests from Bloomington to the state for Repair and Rehabilitation funding for roof repairs, Hillside Hall, Physical Science and the Activities buildings will have new roofs in place by the end of the year.  Read More »...

Couple donates more than $500,000 to IUS School of Business.

IUS Horizon

September 3, 2008

A local alumni couple donated $568,148 to the IUS School of Business at a ceremony held at University Center North. The donors, Judge Carlton Sanders and wife, Sue, both received their bachelor of science degree from the IUS School of Business, and they, as successful alumnus and alumna, felt obligated...

Democrats watch convention at New Albanian

IUS Horizon

September 2, 2008

By RICHARD CLARK Staff Writer clarkrj@ius.edu...

Games galore during active Week of Welcome

IUS Horizon

September 2, 2008

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqyOzwpkdFI] It was staff versus students in an array of games that was held on Tuesday, Aug. 26, near the Athletics Building on campus. Read More »...

WorldFest returns to the Belvedere

IUS Horizon

September 2, 2008

Thousands gathered Friday, Aug. 29, and Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Belvedere to recognize Louisville’s international community at the sixth annual WorldFest. This year’s theme, “A World of Performances,” featured food and music, while 567 people gained US citizenship. Read More »...

Students get pumped for politics at Campaign Fair

IUS Horizon

September 2, 2008

IUS students came out to McCullough Plaza on Thursday, Sept. 28, for the Campaign Fair to become familiar with politicians up for election this year. Volunteers, for various politicians, were there as well as some student groups from campus. Read More »...

Students settle in new residence halls

IUS Horizon

September 1, 2008

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