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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...


Student Spotlight: How the Little Drummer Boy Became a Music Man

Anneliese Crumley, Freelance Contributor April 24, 2023

Growing up being a bit different can be hard for anyone. Being picked on for nonconformity can happen at home, school, or work. It can happen anywhere you go. For most, it would bring them down. But for...

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Student Spotlight: Communication, Theater, and a Future

Brooklyn Watts April 24, 2023

Attending Indiana University Southeast is senior Gracie Kaine, who has great experience when it comes to speaking in front of a crowd. Kaine intends on graduating with a major in Organizational Communication...

Back row, from left, Dannon Olsen, Jacob Bifone, Rose Stamper. Front row, from left, Elena Jablonski, Carson Price, Dylan Mapp, Devon Fields.

Luscious Lobster Lingers Longingly in Lively Leadership Conference

Elena Jablonski, Freelance Contributor April 21, 2023

The sad moment of truth came when Student Government Association President Dannon Olsen frantically rolled down the passenger window of our seven-seat van in the middle of traffic and stuck his head out. His...

My Time At the Farmers Market

My Time At the Farmers Market

Anessa Gilbert April 11, 2023

By: Anessa Gilbert All photos were taken by Anessa Gilbert and are placed above each shop description. I've lived in quite a few places in Indiana. I have also visited many cities. But for my admission...

Student Spotlight: Shifting to the Sky

Student Spotlight: Shifting to the Sky

Madison A. Miller April 10, 2023

“Uncommonly Honest” is the headline of an article but it is also how someone might describe first-year Indiana University Southeast student Chelsey Elswick. Get her into a conversation, and that phrase...

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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...

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Student Spotlight: The Ready Reservist

Chelsey Elswick April 10, 2023

Hard worker. IUS first-year student Madison Miller embodies those two words. Working full-time in retail while taking college courses is a lot, but Miller never stops. They work at Walgreens and...

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Spring Break ’23

Caden Gorin, Staffer April 5, 2023

Spring Break   Spring Break! The highlight of a long second semester. And for some, the highlight of the year. Spring Break also symbolically starts the countdown to the last day of school. Just a...

Will Jokic Three-Peat?

Will Jokic Three-Peat?

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor March 18, 2023

As the final quarter of the NBA regular season plays out, the race for the MVP award has become a close race. Similar to the last few years, it seems like it is Nikola Jokic’s award to lose. Jokic, the...

Does the stigma people have on pageant girls still exist or are we evolving with the times?

Does the stigma people have on pageant girls still exist or are we evolving with the times?

Stevie Griffin February 15, 2023

Growing up, my parents always told me the starfish story. It went something like this: A young boy walks up and down a beach throwing washed-up starfish back into the ocean. A man watching him asked,...

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