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Grenadiers gobble up competition

IUS Horizon

December 2, 2012

The IUS women’s basketball team swept the IU Southeast Thanksgiving Tournament for women’s basketball on Nov. 16-17. The Grenadiers broke national and conference records in the first game against St. Mary-of-the-Woods, and went on to defeat Mid-Continent University to win the tournament. ...

Grenadiers claw at Cougars

IUS Horizon

December 2, 2012

The IUS men’s basketball team defeated Mid-Continent University in their fifth game of the season on Nov. 17. The narrow victory brought their record to 3-2. Tyrell Means, sophomore guard, scored 14 points for the Grenadiers. “I feel like I did what was needed,” Means said. “I played a l...

Grenadiers picked to win KIAC tournament

IUS Horizon

December 2, 2012

The IUS men’s and women’s basketball teams both topped  the coaches’ poll for the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 2012-13 season. Each coach in the division conference nominates the team they expect to win the conference tournament at the end of the season. The men’s team...

Grenadiers chop down St. Mary-of-the-Woods

IUS Horizon

November 25, 2012

The IUS women’s basketball team set multiple records in the first game of the women’s Thanksgiving Tournament hosted by IU Southeast. The Grenadiers dominated St. Mary-of-the-Woods with a final score of 148-101 to set personal and national records. The Grenadiers came close to securing the...

IUS groups get out vote by hosting registration

IUS Horizon

October 14, 2012

Politically-affiliated campus groups hosted a voter registration drive to give students a chance to participate in the 2012 local and national elections. The event took place in the Hoosier Room on Oct. 1 and 8. The College Democrats sponsored the registration drive along with the ONE organization. C...

Psi Chi honored as model chapter

IUS Horizon

October 7, 2012

The Psi Chi and Psychology Club received its second award as a model chapter from the International Psi Chi Honor Society. The psychology club was given a certificate to represent the honor. “Basically, it’s showing that we’re a good chapter doing a lot of good work,” Todd Manson, assis...

IUS votes to keep general studies despite budget cuts

IUS Horizon

October 7, 2012

After closing the central administrative offices for the School of Continuing Studies at IU Bloomington in June, the IUS General Studies Program remains on campus despite the discontinuation of Non-credit Programs. The decision was made by an advisory board of deans after Indiana University allowed...

Family involvement stretches beyond campus

IUS Horizon

September 23, 2012

A group of nearly 100 non-traditional students, including their family members, gathered at the Louisville Zoo on Sept. 15 for a day of learning, fun and to share memories among exotic animals from around the world. Each attendee picked up their free ticket at the IU Southeast welcome table from...

Personal reasons connect students to donations

IUS Horizon

September 23, 2012

Her face crinkled. Her body cringed. She felt the pinch as the needle broke her skin, but Jade Veirs, biology freshman, said she knew it was a good thing. For years, Veirs has been donating at blood drives, such as the one held at IU Southeast by the Red Cross. “I usually have to psych myse...

Students scavenge Louisville at WorldFest

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2012

The plush, behemoth of a coach bus lumbered to a curb stop at Louisville’s Belvedere entrance. IUS students poured out and scattered up the concrete ramp into the 10th annual WorldFest for the free, three-day event, hosted by the city of Louisville, to display its growing cultural diversity. The...

Pancakes fly at Chancellor’s Breakfast

IUS Horizon

September 9, 2012

Pancakes were served up circus-style at the third annual Chancellor’s Pancake Breakfast on Wednesday, Aug. 29. In the early morning hours, faculty, staff and students lined up on the breezeway for a chance to catch, snag and dive for pancakes being flipped, tossed and flung by John Young, o...

Sorority upstages competition

IUS Horizon

September 9, 2012

The fifth annual Campus Boogie event on Aug. 30 at the Ogle Center in Knobview served as the unofficial close for the campus-wide Week of Welcome. Three cash prizes were up for grabs for the student groups who performed during the event. A judge’s panel comprised of three faculty and staff member...