The Horizon

A student learns that the 12 year-old she is playing in the simulation is pregnant.

The World in Your Backyard: How Attending a Refugee Simulation Opened My Eyes

Kara Wright November 21, 2022

How many – or few – refugees have actually resettled in the United States?  I like to believe I’m well-educated and informed.   So when that innocuous question was posed, I thought the number...

Travels of a Timid Scholar

Travels of a Timid Scholar

Ian McDermott, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

My excitement at traveling was replaced with a mix of fear and uncertainty as I left my father and brother.   A mile-long line of people in front of me. Another line behind me.  Worse, I was alone.  Would...

Stranger than you dreamt it

Stranger than you dreamt it

Liv Arnold, freelance contributor November 5, 2022

Figment:  A Multimedia Experience, was a two-day installation in early November by IUS seniors pursuing bachelor's degrees in fine arts with concentration in digital and interactive media. An immersive...

Artwork showcased at the event by Riegger. They describe this piece as ​This installation is a body narrative piece of a burdened back with knots, tightness, and a history of labor-intensive activity.

Uncommonly Honest

Kara Wright and Chelsey Elswick October 31, 2022

Growing up in Michigan, Carly Riegger battled constant pain in their weak muscles and aching joints.   “I was trying to be as able-bodied as possible and it was killing me,” Riegger said, recounting...

Sunny side up surprise! Breakfast set to return to campus dining

Sunny side up surprise! Breakfast set to return to campus dining

Ian McDermott, Staff Writer October 24, 2022

In response to students’ collective cravings, IUS will resume “limited service” that includes made-to-order, hot breakfast on Wednesday at The Commons.  "Pancakes, eggs, omelets, bacon, sausage,...

Crowds gather outside “Scientists Run Amok” WOW Plus event.

Exactly what does Week of Welcome Plus add up to?

Kara Wright, Staff Writer October 10, 2022

As an IUS student who’s experiencing her first fall semester, sophomore Natalie Stewart has been impressed thus far with the many campus activities that make up Week of Welcome Plus, which continues...

Back to School with Free Parking

Back to School with Free Parking

Ian McDermott, Staff Writer October 3, 2022

Free parking and free carpool, all for students!?   IU Southeast’s Fall 2022 semester started with a huge victory for students when Interim Chancellor Kelly Ryan announced that student parking permits...

Ready for it? IUS Students Curious about Taylor Swift Course

Kara Wright and Ian McDermott September 12, 2022

Love her? Hate her?  Everyone knows who Taylor Swift is.  The internet has countless ways to satisfy your inner Swiftie. Want to buy the singer-songwriter’s newest merch? Or see the latest...

IU Southeast’s concert choir takes a new twist

IU Southeast’s concert choir takes a new twist

Hannah Powell, Staff Reporter April 26, 2022

Many performances have been directed in the past at IUS. But recently, the concert choir’s self-directed performance had a new twist.  The IUS concert choir, made up entirely of students, created...

Wayward Blue Jays will be nesting in your playlists

Wayward Blue Jays will be nesting in your playlists

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

During the pandemic, many people were locked in their homes, but a group of college students started making music to help get them through it. This is how Wayward Blue Jays started. The members would...

Photo of Dannon Olsen by Maho Sato. Photo of Sabrina Rashid provided by her.

Get to know your SGA President and Vice President

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter April 11, 2022

From replacing outdoor basketball goals to getting food trucks on campus, the Student Government Association (SGA) works to make IU Southeast a better place for students. Comprised of three branches,...

IU Southeast hosts virtual Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence event for faculty

IU Southeast hosts virtual Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence event for faculty

Hannah Powell, Staff Reporter April 4, 2022

It can be difficult for professors to build positive, honest relationships with their students, especially during a pandemic. The Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence (ILTE) helps to combat...

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