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Acting Chancellor Dr. Kathryn Girten is set to leave IUS at the end of the fiscal year.

Acting Chancellor announces retirement plans

Gracie Vanover, Editor-in-Chief March 24, 2022

Acting Chancellor Dr. Kathryn Girten announced her upcoming retirement this summer.  In an email sent out Wednesday to the campus community, Girten said she plans to retire on June 30, 2022. She...

To mask or not to mask?

To mask or not to mask?

Gracie Vanover and Skyler Switzer March 11, 2022

More than 200 members of the IUS community have signed a petition in order to bring back the mandate on campus. Since March 4, students, faculty, and staff don't have to wear masks anymore in indoor...

What IU Southeast is doing in response to the investigation of professor Anne Allen

What IU Southeast is doing in response to the investigation of professor Anne Allen

Erik Hackman and Gracie Vanover March 2, 2022

A few days after longtime IUS professor Anne Allen and her two adult sons were indicted on drug charges, many are wondering why IUS has not addressed the situation yet. Allen was charged on Feb.22 with...

Kelly Ryan, the executive vice chancellor of academic affairs, gives comforting words in honor of previous chancellor Ray Wallace.

IUS Community remembers former Chancellor Ray Wallace

Gracie Vanover and Erik Hackman August 26, 2021

Students and faculty gathered Thursday at McCullough Plaza to remember the legacy of former chancellor Ray Wallace.  With a speech led by Kelly Ryan, the executive vice chancellor of academic affairs,...

Former chancellor Ray Wallace sits in his office with some of his cameras.

Ray Wallace, former chancellor, dies

Gracie Vanover and Rachel Miller August 26, 2021

Ray Wallace, a passionate photojournalist from Northern Ireland who led IU Southeast as chancellor for seven years before recently stepping down has died, the university announced Thursday. “As a...

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