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Abigail Knecht during a busy day of commuting to IUS. Photo submitted by Knecht

Commuter students sacrifice social time for a college degree

Rachel Harris, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

Picture it: You head to your car with a steaming cup of coffee in hand, turn the radio on, and let your favorite music wash over you. A relaxing start to your day. For Indiana University Southeast’s...

IUS becomes empty as another COVID-19 filled semester ends

IUS becomes empty as another COVID-19 filled semester ends

Maho Sato, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

During COVID-19, IU Southeast’s campus was already quiet. After a late afternoon stroll on Wednesday, it was unnervingly quiet, and the parking lot was more than half empty, which was...

IUS sophomore Luke Spine in his promotional album photoshoot. Photo provided by Luke Spine and shot by Amanda Hart Photography.

Slashes, new album from IUS sophomore, is truly expansive

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

A codependent relationship is a struggle for anyone to deal with. “Slashes,” a new album from IUS sophomore Luke Spine, portrays the story of a couple going through this type of relationship and...

IUS parking lots cause confusion for students returning to campus

IUS parking lots cause confusion for students returning to campus

Sam Haney, Staff Reporter December 1, 2021

Walking out of his last-period class, Indiana University Southeast freshman Hunter Dickerson couldn’t help but notice the light green coloring under his windshield wiper.  Plucking up the warning...

IUS Bucket List: 10 fun things to do before you graduate

IUS Bucket List: 10 fun things to do before you graduate

Rachel Harris, Staff Reporter November 23, 2021

As graduation season is approaching fast, many Indiana University Southeast students are looking for ways to celebrate their last few months in college. Some may be graduating in December, while others...

College roommates or a home to own: Where are IUS students living?

College roommates or a home to own: Where are IUS students living?

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter November 11, 2021

  Students at Indiana University Southeast have to make a choice when they go to college: Stay home or move out.  Some want to move out of their families’ homes and be independent as soon...

Theater at IUS is back, for free. ‘Proof’ it!

Theater at IUS is back, for free. ‘Proof’ it!

Rachel Harris, Staff Reporter November 5, 2021

Catherine’s life is rough. At 25, she is fighting to prove her father’s ownership of a mathematical proof found in his office, while also battling her greatest fear of being driven to death by madness...

Photo provided by the Sanders Speaker Series.

Ken Jennings’ arrival excites IUS

Thomas Kalonji, Staff Reporter November 3, 2021

He used to find the answer to the question behind the screen, but now ‘Jeopardy!’ champ Ken Jennings is coming to IUS to tell students and staff what was happening behind the scenes. And his arrival...

Karen Richie, who is the Care Management Manager, is in charge of the Grenadier Grab n Go. No matter where you are in life any and all are welcome to take what they need she said.

Grenadier Grab ‘n Go, a free pantry service, available to IUS community

Skyler Switzer, Staff Reporter November 1, 2021

When an IUS student was struggling to keep up their grades in 2015, a concerned staff member checked in A cascade of need came pouring out.  The student revealed they had just lost their job and...

International ‘Squid Game’ draws local IUS students’ attention

International ‘Squid Game’ draws local IUS students’ attention

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter October 25, 2021

Students at Indiana University Southeast, like many others around the world, have their own thoughts about the critically acclaimed and wildly popular “Squid Game” on Netflix.  Ethan Kruer, a senior...

Student Ben-Shalom holds up the 60th anniversary edition of IUS’s The Horizon

Outside influences hinder IUS celebration

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter October 20, 2021

Why is no one talking about Indiana University Southeast’s 80th anniversary? COVID-19, Chancellor Ray Wallace’s death and budgeting issues may be to blame. Jon Pollock, manager of special events...

IUS offers free counseling for struggling students

IUS offers free counseling for struggling students

Skyler Switzer, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

College can be very overwhelming and many students struggle with mental health, but at IUS, students can access free counseling services. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), located in University...

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