The Horizon

More students, more dorms

IUS Horizon

August 28, 2011

It was a bittersweet event for the Garrett family during Move-in Day as they helped Haley Garrett, nursing freshman, move into her new dorm room in Forest Lodge during Move-In Day Aug. 25. This will be Haley’s first time living on her own and apart from her home — about one hour away in Hano...

Grenadiers rally, win

Grenadiers rally, win

IUS Horizon

April 18, 2011

The IUS baseball team earned their first home victory by defeating Trevecca Nazarene University, 15-6, on April 6. The nine-run victory would seem to indicate the Grenadiers were in control throughout, but this was hardly the case. It was the Trojans who took control of the game early on and l...

Grenadiers three-peat at nationals

IUS Horizon

April 10, 2011

The IUS cheerleading team won its third-straight national championship at the Cheer Ltd. Open College Nationals in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on March 19. The cheerleading team beat 18 other teams with a score of 130 out of 140 for the title in the All-Girl Medium Collegiate Division, outscoring Rend Lake College by 10 points. IUS head cheerlead...

A rising star; student cast in next Batman movie

IUS Horizon

March 15, 2011

From stages to stunts, Shane Davidson, general studies senior, has stepped into film and onto the set of “The Dark Knight Rises,” the next Batman movie. His parents enrolled him in acting and music lessons when he was 7, and he performed in “Hello Dolly” five years later. Because of th...

Artist connects community through music

Artist connects community through music

IUS Horizon

March 8, 2011

The ArtsWORK-New Albany Program hosted a gathering at the Carnegie Center for Art and History on Feb. 26. This was the first time music was featured for the monthly event as Gregory Acker presented “World Music for the Whole World.” ArtsWORK-New Albany is a satellite program of ArtsWORK Indiana. It focuses on the needs for those who have disabilities...

Grenadiers win 3-0; Duke pitches shutout

IUS Horizon

March 3, 2011

IUS softball got off to a fast start, scoring two runs on three hits along with two Indiana Institute of Technology errors in the first inning on Feb. 19. The two runs would prove to be all the Grenadiers would need because of a two-hit shutout by IUS pitcher Kayla Duke. IU Southeast would add on one more run...

Baroque band brings classical music to area

IUS Horizon

February 20, 2011

  The orchestra pit in front of the Dorothy Hinkebein Mershon Stage at the Ursuline Arts Center was packed with instruments of a different sort on Feb. 12.   This group of musicians represents Bourbon Baroque, which is known as “Louisville’s period instrument ensemble” accordin...

Magician enchants children

IUS Horizon

February 15, 2011

The IUS Student Programming Council hosted magician Rusty Ammerman during the Children’s Hour on Feb. 6. Ammerman, who is a regular performer at previous Children’s Hours, performed magic tricks with help from members of the audience. Ammerman, a native of Connersville, Ind., said he has done magic tri...

Intramurals bring teams together

IUS Horizon

February 8, 2011

The IUS intramural basketball league got under way on Jan. 30 with 12 games. The games ran from 8 a.m. until the final game concluded just before 8 p.m. The league will continue on a weekly basis through March 20. This year’s league features two men’s leagues of 37 total teams and one women’...

‘Strange Attractors’ displays life changes, headphones

IUS Horizon

January 30, 2011

The opening reception of “Strange Attractors: Exchanges between Reason and Potential” exhibit was hosted at IU Southeast in the Barr Gallery. The show was organized by Brian Harper, assistant professor of fine arts. It will showcase the works of 10 artists for a total of three weeks, endi...

Grenadiers beat down Bearcats

Grenadiers beat down Bearcats

IUS Horizon

January 25, 2011

IUS men’s basketball improved to 3-0 in conference play by beating Brescia University on Jan. 12 by a score of 107-75. IU Southeast got off to a hot start and took a 14-point lead to the halftime break behind 18 first half points for Jazzmarr Ferguson, senior guard. Ferguson ended the game w...

Chancellor passionate about appointment to new position

IUS Horizon

November 22, 2010

Chancellor Sandra Patterson-Randles was appointed as a member of the Board of Directors at the Backside Learning Center at Churchill Downs. “[This program] started on June 30, 2004, so it’s relatively new,” Patterson-Randles said. “Right now it’s sort of under the wing of the Kentucky Derb...