The Horizon

New door locks installed on campus

New door locks installed on campus

Kristin Kennedy and Katie Casper

February 4, 2016

Any time a lockdown happens to occur on campus, the IU Notify emergency alert system allows students, faculty and staff to receive text, call and e-mail alerts regarding the lockdown and appropriate safety procedures, according to the IU Notify sign-up webpage. Staying locked and hidden in classrooms are among the instructions IU Notify gives during a lockdown. Des...

“Noises Off” sounds off with success

“Noises Off” sounds off with success

Jordan Williams, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2015

This past Sunday, audience members huddled together in the IU Southeast Robinson Theatre and witnessed the delightful melodrama of the production efforts involved in making a play come to life in the campus production of Michael Frayn’s 1982 original, "Noises Off." The play, directed by IU Sout...

Parking costs increase system wide

Parking costs increase system wide

Chelsey Carr, News Editor

August 24, 2015

The white envelope from IU Southeast, thicker than normal, beckoned my attention. I opened it expecting to find a thin sticker to place on the inside of my windshield, granting me access to parking. Instead, a thicker plastic pass to hang on my rearview mirror awaited me. The IU Board of Trustees...

Pirates land at the Ogle Center

Pirates land at the Ogle Center

Kathyrn Ross, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2015

The stage at the Ogle Center became homeport for a rousing performance of the 1879 comedic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan, The Pirates of Penzance.  Choral directors, professors students and community members left their ordinary lives behind this past Sunday, April 12, and journeyed to the make-believe...

Kupinski Guitar Duo: a new tune on classical music

Kupinski Guitar Duo: a new tune on classical music

Kristin Kennedy, Staff Writer

April 5, 2015

The violin, the viola and the cello are a few string instruments that are commonly used to perform classical music. Ewa Jablczynska and Dariusz Kupinski strum a different chord by producing classical music with a contemporary instrument: the guitar. Jablczynska and Kupinski perform classical music...

“Forgiving Dr. Mengele” documentary shown in Ogle Center

“Forgiving Dr. Mengele” documentary shown in Ogle Center

Kristin Kennedy, Staff

February 3, 2015

All 96 seats were occupied in the Millicent and Norman Stiefler Recital Hall. Potential audience members sat on the wooden steps after giving up their seats. Over 100 people came to the “Forgiving Dr. Mengele” documentary screening in the Stiefler Recital Hall in the Ogle Center on Wednesday,...

Balsam Range brings bluegrass to Ogle Center

Jordan Williams, Staff

January 27, 2015

  In a world where auto-tune and synthesizers reign supreme, hearing the sharp twang of a freshly plucked string with soulful vocals peppered throughout can be the perfect pallet cleanser, which is what audience members experienced this past Friday thanks to the talents of the North Caro...

Chancellor Wallace’s first semester at IUS

Chancellor Wallace’s first semester at IUS

Joel Stinnett, Managing Editor for Digital

December 1, 2014

On Friday Dec. 5, Chancellor Ray Wallace will walk onstage at The Ogle Center in full regalia. In the crowd will be IU President Michael A. McRobbie and the chancellors of each IU campus. His family and friends will be in attendance, as well as coworkers from a near 30-year career in education that...

IU Southeast holds auditions in the Ogle Center for “Once Upon a Mattress”

IU Southeast holds auditions in the Ogle Center for “Once Upon a Mattress”

Allison Nail, Staff Writer

September 3, 2014

The Horizon went behind the scenes into play auditions for "Once Upon a Mattress" on Monday Aug. 27 in the Ogle Center. Call backs are running through the end of this week with rehearsals slated to begin next week. Check back for more updates....

The Ogle Center at IUS features new performances and new construction

The Ogle Center at IUS features new performances and new construction

Ashley Sizemore, News Editor

August 27, 2014

The lights dim to a single spotlight on the stage, the music cues and a single individual begins speaking to the audience. The performance has begun. This year there are two major changes that the Paul W. Ogle Cultural & Community Center has for the upcoming performance year. “This year there...

Play centers on urban urinals

IUS Horizon

November 26, 2012

“Urinetown” is a musical based around comedy, greed, love and a revolution of the people. This musical has won several awards nationally, including several Tony Awards — best book of a musical, direction of a musical and original musical score. “Urinetown” takes place during a 20-yea...