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Dr. Kathryn Girten Married with two children, Dr. Kathryn Girten holds an A.M and Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Chicago. Her commitment is deep because she focused on the Human.

IU Southeast’s new chancellor has an open ear

Thomas Kalonji, Staff Reporter September 21, 2021

While taking on another leadership role during a pandemic may be too much for some, it wasn’t for Dr. Kathryn Girten, acting chancellor of IUS and chancellor of IU East. Girten assumed her role on...

Kelly Ryan, the executive vice chancellor of academic affairs, gives comforting words in honor of previous chancellor Ray Wallace.

IUS Community remembers former Chancellor Ray Wallace

Gracie Vanover and Erik Hackman August 26, 2021

Students and faculty gathered Thursday at McCullough Plaza to remember the legacy of former chancellor Ray Wallace.  With a speech led by Kelly Ryan, the executive vice chancellor of academic affairs,...

Former chancellor Ray Wallace sits in his office with some of his cameras.

Ray Wallace, former chancellor, dies

Gracie Vanover and Rachel Miller August 26, 2021

Ray Wallace, a passionate photojournalist from Northern Ireland who led IU Southeast as chancellor for seven years before recently stepping down has died, the university announced Thursday. “As a...

While the IUS writing center sits empty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility has made the adjustment towards online tutoring.

The IUS Writing Center can help bring your writing to the next level

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

College requires a lot of writing, and for many students writing big papers can be a daunting task. The IU Southeast Writing Center is a free, on-campus resource for students to use who want help improving...

Complete the IU Southeast bucket list by the end of your first semester

Complete the IU Southeast bucket list by the end of your first semester

Jamie Krueger, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

New to campus and have no car to go places? That is not a problem. Take part in visiting the following spots on-campus and gather with some friends! Take a selfie in front of the clock tower The...

Why you should double major

Why you should double major

Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

There are many opportunities at IU Southeast, but one many people don’t know about is the ability to choose two majors to pursue.  Students at IU Southeast have the option to have more than one major....

CrimsonCard: Your key to campus

CrimsonCard: Your key to campus

Jamie Krueger, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

College can be a difficult transition for new students, but your CrimsonCard has made it easier.  Your CrimsonCard is quite literally your key to campus! It is the official photo ID card for all Indiana...

Tips from those that have been there, done that

Tips from those that have been there, done that

Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

College can be intimidating and hard to navigate especially when you’ve never done it before. As a senior, I have seen and done it all. Here are some tips for college from IU Southeast alumni and senior...

SGA presidential elections will be a one-horse race

SGA presidential elections will be a one-horse race

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter March 26, 2021

Despite Rebecca Von Allmen and Evan Hunter's recent elections as president and vice president of IU Southeast Student Government Association, the organization is organizing elections for officers and senators...

Graphic by Caleb Stultz.

Changing IUS culture one “Green Dot” at a time

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter March 17, 2021

Students have recently started training to understand how the Green Dot bystander intervention program can change the culture on IU Southeast's campus. One of those students, Kate Witkowski, a junior majoring...

Senior political science major Evan Hunter raises his right hand as he is sworn in as the new SGA vice president during a meeting on March 5.

The hunt for new SGA vice president is over

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter March 12, 2021

The IU Southeast Student Government Association had seen some administrative turnover to its highest positions since the end of February, starting when vice president Rebecca Von Allmen was sworn in to...

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