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A New Chapter for the Outgoing Chancellor

A New Chapter for the Outgoing Chancellor

Gracie Kaine, Freelance contributor May 29, 2023

The IUS community had just celebrated their graduating seniors at Commencement when Interim Chancellor Dr. Kelly Ryan broke news of her own about her forthcoming departure. Ryan has been hired as president...

Student Spotlight: Artistic Ambition

Student Spotlight: Artistic Ambition

Nelia Alvarez, Freelance Contributor May 16, 2023

Tremayne Daisey has had quite a journey finding his passion. After a few ups and downs, Daisey found his way to the Journalism department at Indiana University Southeast. It all started in fifth grade...

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Snowed in, But Not Shut Out: Are Snow Days Gone Forever?

Nick Dentinger, Staff Reporter April 15, 2023

As a student, the snow day used to be a magical day that I looked forward to every winter. It was a day to sleep in, spend time with friends, and play in the snow. However, in recent years, the traditional...

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Student Spotlight: Striving to Save

Gracie Kaine April 10, 2023

Brooklyn Watts has always been inspired by her mother’s passion for helping others through nursing. Following in her mother’s footsteps is what led Watts to become the hardworking nursing student at...

INSIDE CAREER DEVELOPMENT

INSIDE CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Becca Henderson , Staff Reporter April 6, 2023

Commencement at IUS is less than a month away, but do you have a job lined up yet?  Furthermore, is that job within your field of study?   Or, do you have any clue as to how or where to start...

An Online-Only Student’s Take on Online School

An Online-Only Student’s Take on Online School

Becca Henderson, Staff Reporter March 5, 2023

About 1,000 IUS students each semester learn strictly online. I am part of that statistic.  After deciding to take a third and final try at college, I enrolled at Jefferson Community and Technical...

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To Kill an Education

Nick Dentinger February 8, 2023

Note: This is the second of two works examining censorship  Book banning is a form of censorship that started in 1637 when the Puritan government banned “The New English Canaan of Thomas Morton.”...

Pride in Progress

Pride in Progress

Becca Henderson February 7, 2023

Note: This is the second of two works about holding down a job as a college student. It’s time to normalize the idea of pride. We often pursue our ideas of greatness or success in hopes that others...

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The Balancing Act

Anessa Gilbert February 5, 2023

Note: This is the first of two works about holding down a job as a college student. College has not been easy.  As a working student, I have faced challenges while trying to earn my degree. From...

Jesus and Judas

An Artificial Threat and a Real Opportunity

Tyler Eversole, Editor January 31, 2023

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to infiltrate various industries, one area that may be greatly impacted is the realm of creative art. From digital art to writing and music composition, AI has...

Chancellor Candidates State Their Case

Chancellor Candidates State Their Case

Crystal Sexton Poates, Staff Reporter January 29, 2023

IUS Students had opportunities this month for question-and-answer sessions of the two finalists vying to replace Chancellor Ray Wallace, who died in 2021. One was a familiar name: Kelly Ryan, who has...

Censorship in Education: Who are You Without Literature?

Censorship in Education: Who are You Without Literature?

Alyssa Hill, Staff January 26, 2023

Note: This is the first of two works examining censorship.  Literature is for anyone who wants to enhance their knowledge, discover who they are, and cultivate confidence in themselves through representation....

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