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December graduates must wait until spring to be honored

December graduates must wait until spring to be honored

Laura Hubrich, Staff

December 1, 2014

Each spring, college graduates across the country take their seat in a crowd of others donned in caps, gowns, in front of proud family and faculty to patiently await their turn for a short victory walk across the stage. A diploma represents all of the hard work a student has put in during their time ...

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...

Wonderland art finds new home at IU Southeast

Wonderland art finds new home at IU Southeast

April Rickert, Editor-in-chief

November 26, 2014

The first 10 of more than 50 paintings that were pledged to IU Southeast by a local couple were installed Nov. 20 in the Paul W. Ogle Cultural & Community Center, with a public opening reception Nov. 24. The art is part of the James L. Russell Wonderland Way Collection, which are personally collect...

$500,000 nursing lab dedicated, gives student hands-on experience

$500,000 nursing lab dedicated, gives student hands-on experience

Haley Warwick, Staff Writer

November 13, 2014

Set up with monitoring equipment beeping and medicines flowing, the new nursing simulation lab at IU Southeast gives students a way to practice diagnosing and treating simulation mannequins who can have the same ailments or complications nurses are confronted with after graduation. IU Southeast officials...

IUS wins first place at Harvest Homecoming Parade

IUS wins first place at Harvest Homecoming Parade

Mary Kate Hailer and Joel Stinnett

October 12, 2014

On Saturday Oct. 4 about 60 members of the IU Southeast community participated in the Harvest Homecoming Parade. The IUS float was built by physical plant workers as well as student and faculty volunteers. The float took first place in the commercial division and was accompanied by the IUS pep band.

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Laura Hubrich, Staff

October 1, 2014

IU Southeast held it's own ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Oct. 1 2014 in UC North. Chancellor Ray Wallace, who was challenged by Vice Chancellor Jason Meriwether, asked student organizations to participate. The student organization with the most money raised got to pour the ice bucket on Chancellor Wallac...

Chancellor Wallace to take Ice Bucket Challenge Wednesday, donations still needed

Laura Hubrich, Staff

September 28, 2014

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has become a popular phenomenon all over the Internet within the last few months, as a way to raise money for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. According to a BBC News article, the challenge raised $98.2 million between July 29 and Aug. 28 of this year. IU Southeast’s own ...

Students present handmade gifts to administration, faculty from their summer trip to Samoa

Allison Nail, Staff

September 24, 2014

Two IU Southeast students, Cassandra Guernsey, geoscience senior and Rachel Mulvey, fine arts senior spent, 30 days of their summer vacation in Samoa on a trip led by Anne Allen, professor of fine arts. Though Allen has traveled to Samoa several times, she said this was her first time taking students. The...

IU Southeast State of the Campus Address

IU Southeast State of the Campus Address

Aprile Rickert, Editor-in-chief

September 16, 2014

When IU Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace delivered his first ever State of the Campus Address to his new campus community last Thursday, Sept. 11, he began by focusing on the strengths of the regional school—a place he said is beautiful, safe and modern, with dedicated faculty and staff, open and communicative...

New Chancellor Ray Wallace wants to share the secret of IU Southeast

New Chancellor Ray Wallace wants to share the secret of IU Southeast

Joel Stinnett, Digital Managing Editor

August 22, 2014

IU Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace knows what it is like to be a newcomer in a foreign land. In 1978 the Northern Ireland native arrived in the United States thanks to a track scholarship, and promptly stumbled out of the starting blocks. "It was wild," Wallace said. "Intellectually, I knew about...