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The sweet side of a sour pandemic

The sweet side of a sour pandemic

A New Albany business owner lost her job because of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, so she fought to make her sugary dream a reality
Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter February 4, 2021

Stevie, the owner and founder of the New Albany Sugar Shoppe, lost her job of ten years for the second time last April. The first time, which was during the 2008 recession, kept her out of work for...

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Ashley Wallace: Acting out in class

Theater performance professor is a seasoned performer on-stage and in the classroom
Marc Andry, Staff Reporter December 5, 2019

While traversing the halls of the Knobview and the Ogle Center, if the sounds of laughter, playful yelling and elaborate accents are heard, the classroom of Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater Performance...

Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith have much in common, including the degrees they are pursuing. Both are business majors at IU Southeast.

Married IUS students both pursuing business majors

Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith are 18, newly married and finishing their first semester at IU Southeast
Anna Smith, Staff Reporter 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 Professor Frank Farmer reminisces about the inspiration and creation of his books and discusses his love of writing.

IUS adjunct professor Frank Farmer finds felicity in faculty position

A look into how the IUS alumnus and Clarksville native found his way back to the campus where it all started
Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter 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...

Natalie Bowman gives assistance to her wardrobe crew as they design a new costume. (left to right: Alyssa Fry, Erin Hogle, Natalie Bowman, Alex Conn).

Natalie Bowman: The Costume Queen of IUS

An inside look at the Theater Department’s costume shop
Marc Andry, Staff Reporter December 1, 2019

Beneath the Robinson stage, an old storage room is now a fabric wonderland bustling with the activity of sewing machines, tailors and costume designers all thanks to the efforts of costume shop manager...

Faces of IUS

Faces of IUS

IUS students, faculty and staff tell their stories
Anna Smith, Staff Reporter September 22, 2019

Hannah attended IU for two years and has been at IU Southeast for the last few years. “I like the small classes. You get to know your teachers and all the students and it is easy to meet people...

Matthew Goldberg, adjunct history professor at IU Southeast, sits in the University Grounds Coffee Shop, enjoying a cup of coffee and a book as he takes a moment to relax from his hectic schedule.

Student, supervisor, professor

Adjunct history professor juggles teaching while having a full-time job and going back to school
Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter September 22, 2019

Coffee shops are common places professors and students go to finish their work while enjoying a hot cup of coffee after a long day on campus. The same can be said for Matthew Goldberg, an adjunct professor...

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Visiting assistant professor of geology Jeremy Weremeichik looks forward to high student engagement
Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor September 3, 2019

Jeremy Weremeichik’s passion for geology began in his high school earth science class, where his teacher led the class through a tour of a cave in upstate New York. Weremeichik and his peers waded through...

Station Manager Matt McClellan mans the sound board inside Horizon Radio’s broadcast room.  McClellan has led the station for three semesters. “I enjoy hearing stories and talking to people and hearing what they have to say or play,” he said.

On-air, online, on campus

Horizon Radio's Matt McClellan talks passion, leadership and campus involvement
Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor July 10, 2019

As students wander the halls of University Center South, sounds of American Football’s “Never Meant” may emanate from a peculiar room with a glowing red “on-air” sign. Inside, there is a strong...

Correspondence sent from Lyda Radford to Floyd McMurray, founder of the Falls City Area Center, confirming she was the first student enrolled at what would become IU Southeast.

Lyda Radford, the first Grenadier

Historical marker honoring IU Southeast’s first student to be erected on campus during 2019-20, IU’s bicentennial year
Kat Lynn and Jayla Rose April 15, 2019

Over 68 years ago, Lyda Radford was denied access to schools in her residing state, leading to her travel across the river to gain a higher education and pursue her passion. “It is important to remember...

Mabe holds up the first guitar he made. “I still play that guitar almost every week, and it’s not the most comfortable guitar that I play, but I play it because I appreciate it, I appreciate the sound.”

More than an instrument

Southern Indiana craftsman masterfully creates custom guitars in his basement from scratch
Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter April 15, 2019

Wood chips rain onto the floor of a well-lit cement room as a hand plane drags across a board roughly shaped like a guitar. Across from the work table, another guitar hanging from the ceilings glistens...

Steve Carr tends to his two chicken coop guard dogs, Bear and Ranger.

Southern Indiana’s 3D Valley Farm

Depauw Indiana couple runs all-organic farm with Certified Humane grass-fed beef and free range chickens
Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter March 4, 2019

Nestled on the corner of Bank and Market Street in downtown New Albany, dozens of vendors and farmers offer their fresh produce, organic meats and—at the stand belonging to local farmers Steve and Jane...

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