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Student Spotlight: Communication, Theater, and a Future

Brooklyn Watts April 24, 2023

Attending Indiana University Southeast is senior Gracie Kaine, who has great experience when it comes to speaking in front of a crowd. Kaine intends on graduating with a major in Organizational Communication...

Hillside Hall file photo.

IU Southeast School of Business to release 2021 Economic Outlook, seniors face employment uncertainty

Garland Noel, Staff Writer November 11, 2020

The streets of Louisville bustle with more life than they have in months due to, it seems, a feeling that this very difficult year will soon be behind us, leaving many with an uncertain hope for a brighter...

From left to right President Leslie Venzor, Recruitment Officer Josiah Pohl and Secretary Sarah Fischer at the Multicultural Student Union’s weekly meeting in UC 122.

IUS Multicultural Student Union celebrates diversity

Emily Elliotte, Staff Reporter October 30, 2019

Page four of the Registered Student Organization Handbook emphasizes a Diversity Statement, prohibiting each organization from discrimination of any kind. Several student organizations, including the Multicultural...

A student embraces a professor after receiving his diploma.

Another Year for the Books

Erin Coffee, Content Editor May 8, 2018

A mix of emotions filled the air as graduating seniors waited in anticipation for the commencement proceedings to begin. For some students, graduating college meant being the first in their family to...

5 Ways to Finish Your Degree Strong

5 Ways to Finish Your Degree Strong

Randi McDole, Staff Reporter April 10, 2017

As the spring 2017 semester nears its end, seniors are faced with life-changing decisions and possibly senioritis. Students in need of some inspiration can find it all across campus, whether it is...

IU Southeast changes commencement venue

Jordan Williams, Staff Reporter April 13, 2015

While the majority of campus is expressing relief knowing that they don’t have to concern themselves with course availability for a period of time that feels like a bittersweet eternity, a small, but...

IUS flags academic performance

IUS Horizon September 16, 2012
IUS faculty have implemented a new program, FLAGS, in order to help students stay on the track to graduate and, more importantly, to keep them in school. FLAGS stands for “Fostering Learning, Achievement, and Graduation Success.” Faculty now has the ability within their student roster to make note of a student’s attendance. They can also note how regularly they participate and to show if the student has suddenly started slipping academically. The reason for this new program is due to the elimination of the mid-term grade.

New system to help students graduate

IUS Horizon September 26, 2011
Indiana University has developed a system which is currently being tested in the First-Year Seminar classes. The Fostering Learning, Achievement and Graduation early alert system was developed to help make communication easier between instructors and students. “It provides a way for faculty to give feedback to students and to refer them or suggest actions that students can take to improve their performance in the class,” Gilbert Atnip, vice chancellor of Academic Affairs, said.

Graduating class largest in history

IUS Horizon August 28, 2011
IU Southeast hosted a commencement ceremony for the largest graduating class in the history of the university on May 9. Students, parents, faculty and staff crowded by the amphitheater behind Knobview Hall to celebrate the end of one phase and the beginning of another. There were 1,104 students who graduated with IU degrees — 47 with degrees in partnership with Purdue — for a total of 1,151 graduates. Of those students, 63 percent were female and 16 percent were a minority.

Seniors prepare for graduation

IUS Horizon February 28, 2010
A booth was set up outside the IUS Bookstore on Feb. 18 to inform graduating students about the costs and options for graduation.
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