The Horizon

Through the lens of Chancellor Wallace

“I visited many of these countries in order to recruit students and I had a day off. I was in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh, and I was able to hitch a ride to the Mekong Delta, about an hour and a half south. Then I got on a series of boats because I wanted to go as far into that jungle as I could. I first boat I was on was big and could hold about 20 people,” Wallace said.

Joel Stinnett, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

For decades Tianamen Square has served as the lens through which the world viewed Chinese history. It is where Mao Zedong proclaimed the founding of the People’s Republic in 1989, and the site where thousands of pro-democracy protesters were gunned down by government soldiers 40 years later. In...

Former IU Southeast student exhibits work

Former IU Southeast student exhibits work

Haley Warwick, Staff Writer

September 3, 2014

Wende Cudmore, printmaking artist, uses fruits and vegetables to create unique works of art that in her words, transform tradition. Her work is currently displayed on the first floor of the IU Southeast library. Cudmore is a 2013 IU Southeast graduate with a BFA in printmaking. Cudmore is a non-traditional...