The Horizon

Student zombies infected with dancing fever

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November 9, 2012

Zombified prom kings and queens filled  the Hoosier Room for the first ever Zombie Prom, hosted by the English Club on Nov. 2. Students engaged in an open-mic reading session to start the night, snacked on food and danced the night away, zombie style. The open mic reading session included poems an...

New players magnify vitality of IUS team

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November 5, 2012

The IUS men’s basketball team has only one remaining starting player from last season, Jake Simpson, sophomore guard. Simpson said the new team is practicing, and, with hard work and determination, they should be able to continue to lead on the IUS men’s basketball legacy. “We are goin...

Grenadiers debut strength

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November 5, 2012

Students poured into the bleachers for a scrimmage game on Oct. 24 to get a glimpse of what to expect from the IUS women’s basketball team this season. The Lady Grenadiers played Vincennes University in a scrimmage game that was scored in two separate games. IUS women’s basketball head coach ...

Junior steps up to lead tennis team

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October 28, 2012

In an absence of seniors on the IUS women’s tennis team, Ashley Bunch, nursing junior, has stepped up to be the tennis captain. “If our coach is running late or if she’s not there for some reason, I get everyone organized,” Bunch said. Bunch started playing tennis when she was seven, and...

Biology adjunct inspired by lizards, outdoors

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October 21, 2012

Neil Cornell, adjunct professor of biology, said he admires nature and the outdoors. Cornell’s love for nature started when his father showed him a lizard in a jar. “It was one of my first memories,” Cornell said. “It was the most amazing thing that I had encountered in my early life.”...

Student finds fulfillment through fraternity, family values

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October 14, 2012

Joe Voss, music business junior, is a trumpet and keyboard player, actor, secretary for Pike fraternity and is from a family of 15. Voss said he has played the trumpet for 13 years and the keyboard for three years. “I got interested in music when I was 8 or 9,” Voss said. “My family is ...

Student continues zest for family-owned ice cream business

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September 30, 2012

Derek Young, finance and accounting senior, said being around his parent’s ice cream stores, Zesto and Chillers, is helping him gain experience for his future. “The experience that I have learned through a family-owned, local business has been amazing,” Young said. “I’m currently on the...

Enrollment falls back for semester

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September 16, 2012

IU Southeast enrollment dropped by 5 percent for the fall 2012 semester and has the smallest population out of the eight regional Indiana University campuses. Christopher Crews, associate director of Admissions, said IU Southeast expected a drop due to the demographics. “We expected and knew t...

Center aims to gain license

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September 9, 2012

The Children’s Center has been undergoing a few changes for this semester. Wanda Borrego, coordinator of the Children’s Center, said they are currently working toward becoming a state-licensed facility. “The Children’s Center is governed by the university, which in itself, is an enti...

Website recruits for false position

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April 1, 2012, a website that buys and sells class notes, has been recruiting IUS students as note-takers. However, the students participating in this have misrepresented IU Southeast and violated the Student Code of Conduct by selling notes and handouts. Seuth Chaleunphonh, dean of students and director of Cam...

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Bardstown Road

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March 18, 2012

Hundreds of people gathered in Louisville on Bardstown Road for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which took place on March 10. The streets were flooded with green while families and people of all ages gathered to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The theme of the parade was Shamrocks ...

Ben & Jerry’s co-founder churns up discussion

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March 5, 2012

Jerry Greenfield, co-owner of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, spoke about his multi-million dollar business at IU Southeast in the Ogle Center on Feb. 21. Greenfield was the keynote speaker as a part of IU Southeast’s Sanders Speaker Series. Judge Carlton and Sue Sanders have donated $568,140 to the IU So...