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IUS Writing Center sees increased traffic during COVID-19

Emily Owen, Staff Writer October 30, 2020

The IU Southeast Writing Center made changes this semester to accommodate students’ schedules by adding more appointment types, due to COVID-19, and is encouraging ways for students to get involved in...

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

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...

To Its Fullest Degree

To Its Fullest Degree

John Boyle, Staff Reporter April 18, 2016

What do Indiana University, Michigan State University, University of Cincinnati, and University of Kentucky have in common? Though each of these schools danced in the NCAA tournament last March,...

The English Club meets every Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. in the IUS Library, room 302. Students do not have to be an English major to join the club.

English Club comes back from the brink

Kaetln Harrison, Staff Reporter October 19, 2015

This semester the English Club at IU Southeast was dangerously close to fading away completely until Jeremy Wells, assistant professor of English, reached out to a student. That student was Selena McCracken. "Dr....

Opinion: Deciding on a major in school, not life

Opinion: Deciding on a major in school, not life

Chelsey Carr, News Editor August 24, 2015

Anxiety bubbles its way through my stomach as I await the next, inevitable question, "What’s your major?" As a direct admit to the School of Journalism at IU Bloomington my freshman year, life seemed...

Professor lives life to fullest

IUS Horizon February 26, 2012
William Sweigart, associate professor of English, has held this position for 22 years and said his life was changed when he was in the Peace Corps for three years. “Being in the Peace Corps made me realize what’s valuable in life,” Sweigart said. “It gave me a lens to view American Society and the over emphasis on capitalism.” Sweigart is from Pennsylvania. Since then, he has lived in several other places. He lived in Liberia for three years, and he also lived in New York where he taught English. In 1972, he went to San Francisco to visit a friend and stayed there for 18 years.
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