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NAIA passes legislation allowing student-athletes to be compensated for name, image, and likeness

The NAIA passed legislation on October 7, allowing student-athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness.
How will this groundbreaking decision affect Grenadier athletes?
October 9, 2020

On October 7, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) passed groundbreaking legislation, allowing student-athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness (NIL), making...

Carnegie Center, City of New Albany complete new riverside skate park

Sellersburg teen Isak Guernsey is undeterred by the sight of snowflakes while skating. Taught by his older brother, Guernsey has been on a board since he was three years old.
New Albany flow park combines art, health, and memorializes local skater
January 25, 2020

The City of New Albany and The Carnegie Center for Art and History completed construction in December 2019 on the New Albany Flow Park, a creative collaboration built along the Ohio River. Part public...

Louisville photographer makes photos by hand

Rudy Salgado stands in his darkroom, a repurposed closet dimly lit with an orange safelight. In this small space, Salgado prepares and develops his tintype photos.
Rudy Salgado uses 1850s tintype technique to connect with the history of photography
January 12, 2020

For Rudy Salgado, Instagram filters are just not enough. A Louisville, Ky.-based artist passionate about creating art with his hands, Salgado decided to make his photographs look ‘old-fashioned’ by...

IUS students remember Katie Morris, raise funds to support family

Katie Morris met with Madison Reed Friday, Dec 20, 2019, where this photo was taken. Photo provided by Madison Reed.
December 27, 2019

IU Southeast art therapy major Katie Morris died Monday, Dec. 23, at age 20. She will be missed by her friends at IUS, where she was a proud member of sorority Alpha Phi. Morris underwent a heart transplant...

Married IUS students both pursuing business majors

Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith have much in common, including the degrees they are pursuing. Both are business majors at IU Southeast.
Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith are 18, newly married and finishing their first semester at IU Southeast
December 1, 2019

Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith met by chance while Rocio was out shopping with her family. After that serendipitous encounter, she quickly got in contact with Gaven through a mutual friend. The Lozada-Smiths...

IUS adjunct professor Frank Farmer finds felicity in faculty position

IUS Professor Frank Farmer reminisces about the inspiration and creation of his books and discusses his love of writing.
A look into how the IUS alumnus and Clarksville native found his way back to the campus where it all started
December 1, 2019

An inquisitive email and an open position in the English Department led recent retiree Frank Farmer back to IU Southeast, the place where he started his academic career fifty years prior. Farmer, a Clarksville...

Huber’s: a Kentuckiana fall tradition

The Starlight water tower overlooks a pumpkin patch as families search diligently for the perfect pumpkin
Thousands of residents in the Indiana and Kentucky communities visit Huber’s Orchard and Winery annually to celebrate the fall season
October 21, 2019

As a packed, rickety wagon approaches an expansive field filled with vivid orange pumpkins, it is hard to deny the old cliche — fall is in the air. Visiting Huber’s Orchard and Winery during the fall...

IUS fine arts students bond during Harvest Float production

Tor Chaleunphonh, sophomore graphic design major, explains his idea for the mask to his classmates.
Faculty and students develop friendships while volunteering to help build a float for Harvest Homecoming
October 6, 2019

The bead-throwing of Mardi Gras combined with the candy-giving of Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 5, for IU Southeast’s Mardi Gras and Halloween-inspired floats at this year’s Harvest Homecoming Parade...

IUS Chancellor Ray Wallace discusses plans to slow declining student population at annual State of the Campus Address

IUS Chancellor Ray Wallace discusses plans to slow declining student population at annual State of the Campus Address
Administrators emphasized student retention, awarded distinguished faculty and staff, and announced future plans
September 13, 2019

IU Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace addressed the campus Friday, Sept. 13, at his annual State of the Campus Address.  In his speech, Wallace reflected on his first five years as IUS chancellor, discussed...

Meet the new SGA leaders

Meet the new SGA leaders
Rachel Ronau and Mitchell Henry seek to improve representation of all students and work with IUS administration to make meaningful change
June 24, 2019

After winning a contentious campaign in the spring of 2019, the new IU Southeast Student Government Association President, Rachel Ronau, and Vice President, Mitchell Henry, seek to increase participation...

Campus that never sleeps

Campus that never sleeps
What happens at night to keep IU Southeast operating?
February 17, 2019

After classes are finished and students are heading back home or to the lodges, some faculty are just arriving on campus to make sure it’s ready for the next day of classes. “What you do represents...

Senior Night brings ups and downs for IU Southeast

(From left to right) Baylee Kreuger, IUS Pep Band senior Kristina Peter, Kelsi Scott, and Josie Hockman pose for pictures prior to the Grenadiers' game versus Brescia. Photo by Brandon Miniard
IUS Women fall to Brescia on senior night despite Scott’s 27, IUS Men win behind Jamie Johnson’s 30
February 9, 2019

IUS Women’s Basketball Prior to the start of Thursday night’s home finale at the Activities Building, the IU Southeast women’s basketball team honored its trio of seniors, which include four-year...

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