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Comedian Joe Deuce visits IUS, conjures chuckles in the Commons

“You know you are out of shape when you put on a wrinkled shirt and it looks fine,” Deuce said. “Who needs washboard abs when you have a wrinkle-releasing stomach?”

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2019

No one in the audience was off limits for comedian Joe Deuce, who visited IU Southeast last Wednesday in an event sponsored by the Campus Activities Board. The event was part of IU Southeast’s 2019 Homecoming week.  Deuce, on his third trip to IU Southeast, is a comedian from Kentucky who has be...

The magic of Ray Adams comes to IUS

The magic of Ray Adams comes to IUS

Kaitlin Porter, Staff Writer

September 14, 2016

Stem Hall roared with laughter as Ray Magic Adams, along with his spiked hairstyle, took the stage. On Thursday, Sept. 8 Adams began his routine with a comical magic and ventriloquism act. Paired with his magic dice and talking drawing, he drew the attention of the audience. Adams, according to...

SPC holds second Open Mic of spring 2016 semester

Jay Wyngard, criminal justice sophomore, delivers her comedic performance during the SPC's Open Mic on Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Brian Davis, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2016

The Student Program Council’s second Open Mic of the semester featured a full slot of performers. The SPC held the Open Mic on Tuesday, Feb 9 at 12:15 p.m. in The Commons. The performers showcased singing and comedy skills to students, faculty and staff. Lindsay Payne, psychology freshman, was...

God of Carnage: small cast reaches breaking point onstage

God of Carnage: small cast reaches breaking point onstage

Marisa Gartland

March 10, 2014

Jim Hesselman, director of “God of Carnage” and assistant professor of theatre and performance at Indiana University Southeast, introduces the performance with a thought-provoking anecdote within the first couple pages of the play bill: “As far as I know, human beings are the only animals on...

Magician returns to IUS

IUS Horizon

February 26, 2012

Families gathered in the Hoosier Room to watch the third annual magic show performed by Rusty Ammerman on Feb. 19. The free event brought almost 50 people to IU Southeast to enjoy an hour and a half long comedy ridden magic show. Ammerman is from Connersville, Ind., and, during the show, he brought several members of the audience on ...