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IUS holds Glitter Fever 2016 – Carnaval!

Audience members participate in “60-second Drag Queen,” a competition to see who could so the best drag makeup on their partner in 60 seconds. Kelly Howard, psychology junior and production team member, stage-manager Nicholas Moore, and emcee Lucy Panic led the game.

Lori Mundell, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2016

Lights, music, lip-sync, dancing and drag performers filled the IU Southeast Hoosier Room during Glitter Fever 2016 -  Carnaval. The annual event took place on Saturday, March 12, in the Hoosier Room in University Center North. Ten drag queens, kings, and faux-queens performed over the two acts that...

Candy Crowley comes to IUS

Candy Crowley speaks to the crowd about the 2016 presidential election and the candidates.

Kristin Kennedy and Brandon Looney

March 6, 2016

In the midst of the 2016 presidential election season, the candidates are battling to win voters’ support and come out on top. Candy Crowley, former chief political correspondent for CNN, visited IU Southeast to share her predictions and insights about the election, the candidates and how they have...

“Get on the Bus” screening stimulates discussion of racial and other issues

Associate director of Campus Life Channell Barbour, business junior Nicholas Moore, education junior Calvin Barron, Spanish senior Tuyuq Hightower, psychology and sociology junior Izzy Nolan, education junior Dakota Hendrick, education junior Jessica Pilkerton and psychology sophomore Kelly Howard listen to Joseph Grant, lecturer of criminology and criminal justice, discuss “Get on the Bus.”

Kristin Kennedy, News Editor

January 22, 2016

African-American men and Caucasian men discriminated against each other. Meanwhile, a few men were coming to terms with their sexuality, and a man and his son had a stormy relationship. These are just a few of the issues illustrated in “Get on the Bus,” a 1996 film directed by Spike Lee. Students,...

IUS Center for Mentoring is a two way street

June J. Huggins, the Director of the IU Southeast Center for Mentoring

Kathyrn Ross, Staff

February 23, 2015

Starting college can be an overwhelming and isolating time. As a freshman or transfer student you might be without your established social networks, living in a new state or on your own for the first time in your life. Perhaps you are a non-traditional student, returning to campus later in life and ...