The Horizon

Spring classes bring changes

IUS Horizon

December 4, 2011

With the spring semester approaching, IU Southeast is implementing several different ideas to help make the student’s academic life on campus a little easier to manage, in addition to addressing the issue of student attrition. Registration for spring classes has been open since Nov. 14, but...

Goblins gobble goodies at silent auction

IUS Horizon

October 30, 2011

The IUS Staff Council had its sixth annual silent auction with this year’s event having a Halloween theme, titled Goblins, Gobblers and Goodies, on Oct. 25 in the Hoosier Room. Open bidding started at 10 a.m., and attendees had until 3 p.m. to view and declare their price for items on display while ...

Conference provides student tuition alternatives

IUS Horizon

October 23, 2011

Error: This eGraphic is optimized for a HTML5 compatible browser. Please update your browser. Financial Aid conducted a mini-conference on Oct. 18 in University Center North. The attendees were treated to light refreshments as they had the opportunity to attend several 30-minute lectures on ...

Climate series encourages skeptics

IUS Horizon

October 16, 2011

The first IUS Interdisciplinary Colloquium Series began its four part series on the third floor of the IUS Library on Oct. 6. The series will take place throughout the semester. The theme for this year’s series being climate change. The speakers throughout the series will be scientists discussing climate change in ...

New organization teaches socialist ideas

IUS Horizon

October 10, 2011

The Youth for Socialist Action held its first introductory and educational forum at IU Southeast in University Center North, room 122. Its purpose is to inform, educate and find students who are interested in their cause to join and build the IUS chapter. YSA is a youth affiliate of Socialist Action...

Dance team hopefuls take the final step

IUS Horizon

September 26, 2011

Two open tryouts were recently held in the Activities Building for the IUS dance team, ending with nine women making the final cut and becoming the newest members of the team. The dance team will have a whole new look and feel this fall when they begin appearing at events. Their first appearance will ...

LaDuke serves in favor for KIAC

IUS Horizon

September 18, 2011

Emma LaDuke, history senior, plays on the IUS women’s tennis team. However, LaDuke said playing for the team might not have  happened if it was not for  her best friend Kelsey Wisman, history senior. “When Kelsey was being scouted by IUS back in high school, I inquired about playing for t...

New campaign promotes student athletes

IUS Horizon

September 11, 2011

The Athletics Department has come up with a new visibility campaign — “G Time.” The “G Time” advertising campaign was created by Joe Glover, athletics director, who developed it along with the Marketing and Communications Department to bring awareness to the athletic programs. “I always felt defeated whenever I hea...

Grenadier stained, sealed, delivered

IUS Horizon

April 18, 2011

The new wooden grenadier statue carved during homecoming was previously located in the IUS breezeway in front of the administrative offices but has been missing for a few weeks. As it turns out, the statue is fully intact and will be returned back to the breezeway soon. As reported in the Feb....

Professors compare technology, politics

IUS Horizon

March 18, 2011

Political science professors met to talk about the digital age and technology’s impact in political processes. Tom Kotulak, associate professor of political science and pre-law adviser, said the right to privacy as a constitutional issue was not affirmed until 1965 when the Supreme Court ruled in [Griswold v. Connecticut] that it...

No horsing around; Students perform ‘Equus’

Drew Cash, University of Louisville graduate, bows down before J.R. Stuart, professional actor, as the actors playing horses — Robbie Hudgell, theatre junior, Chris Snyder, bioinformatics junior, and Phillip Rivera, theatre sophomore — bow down, as well. This play, “Equus,” was recently performed in the Robinson Theater of the Ogle Center.

IUS Horizon

March 8, 2011

Having shocked audiences for nearly four decades, the controversial play “Equus” recently came to IU Southeast. This play was made famous when Daniel Radcliffe, star of the “Harry Potter” movies, surprised fans by stripping down and bearing it all for everyone to see. Fr...

Economist evaluates spending theories

Arthur Laffer, economist, talks about the state of the economy and the effects of stimulus spending. He spoke at this year’s Sanders Speaker Series.

IUS Horizon

March 3, 2011

The Los Angeles Times said he was one of a dozen who shaped the ’80s, and, a decade later, Time Magazine called him one of the 20th century’s greatest minds. Arthur Laffer, economist, came to IU Southeast on Feb. 23 to speak at this year’s Sanders Speaker Series to a crowd of about 350 peopl...