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Children’s hospital can scramble less for charitable monies, thanks to IUS fraternity

Children’s hospital can scramble less for charitable monies, thanks to IUS fraternity

Nick Dentinger May 25, 2023

As daily temperatures in Southern Indiana continue to climb, members of the IUS chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) can rest in the shade knowing that golf helped grow children’s medical research funds...

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

IUS students remember Katie Morris, raise funds to support family

John Clere, Editor-in-Chief 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...

Dance marathon participants learn a dance.

For the Kids

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter April 2, 2016

IUS students recently came together for fun, games, dancing and refreshments. The day consisted of dancing, basketball, cornhole and dodge ball. The only rule was that once the event began, participants...

IUS to hold Dance Marathon

IUS to hold Dance Marathon

Katie Casper, News Editor March 17, 2016

IU Southeast is holding a dance marathon that will raise money for Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. The Indiana University Southeast Dance Marathon will take place Saturday, March 19 at...

Mackenzie Burns, education junior, pulls a New Chapel Fire Co. fire truck during Pi Kappa Alpha’s fire truck pull on Monday, Sept. 28. Burns completed the pull with Isaac Barrow, general studies sophomore.

Student organizations dedicate time and service to community

Kristin Kennedy, Social Media Coordinator October 5, 2015

Running down the road in front of the University Center, three IUS Police officers and seven Campus Life staff members leaned forward, pulling a blaring fire truck 100 feet. The team completed the task...

Thinking about joining a sorority?

Chelsey Carr, News Editor May 14, 2015

One of the largest communities on campus is Greek life. Some join for the resume builder, others sisterhood, or even philanthropic work. It is full of opportunities to get involved on campus and in the...

Guest speaker Joan Nelson discusses her experience with heart disease.

Alpha Phi Red Dress Gala celebrates and honors heart disease awareness

Lynn Bailey , Staff Reporter April 19, 2015

Elegant ruby red dresses, crystal chandeliers, black tablecloths and a runway red carpet adjourned The Grand Venue. Where students, facility, and alumni of Alpha Phi joined together for the Red Dress...

The IU Southeast police department got in on the festivities.

Luv the doors: IU Southeast decorates doors for homecoming contest

Kaetln Harrison, Staff Writer February 14, 2015

Homecoming is knocking. This week student organizations had the opportunity to  compete in a door decorating contest; an event that has been a tradition for nine years. The contest is part of homecoming...

Battle of the Phierce Fights Through the Rain

Rain Hopkins, Staff Writer October 22, 2014

A little rain didn’t stop the Phi Sigma Sigmas from having a good time. The sorority hosted their second annual “Survival of the Phierce,”-- a field day created to help raise money for the girls’...

IUS organizations harvest fun for local children

IUS Horizon October 14, 2012
Amid inflatables, roasted corn stands, several strollers and attendees dressed in sweatshirts and jeans, there was a princess walking around IU Southeast’s Fall Festival on Oct. 7. Little did she know her validity was about to be tested by an inquisitive young girl. “Are you a real princess?” the girl asked.

Sorority upstages competition

IUS Horizon September 9, 2012
The fifth annual Campus Boogie event on Aug. 30 at the Ogle Center in Knobview served as the unofficial close for the campus-wide Week of Welcome. Three cash prizes were up for grabs for the student groups who performed during the event. A judge’s panel comprised of three faculty and staff members commented on each performance, with the final vote decided by audience ballets.

Fine arts senior dedicated to sorority

IUS Horizon February 19, 2012
Anna Loos, fine arts senior, said she chose IU Southeast because it is a small school that reminds her of her hometown in Elizabeth, Ind. Not only is she involved in the Fine Arts program, but she is also the president of Alpha Phi sorority. When choosing her major, Loos said she knew she had talent in the arts, but, when it came to a sorority, she had no interest until her freshman year when she lived on campus.
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