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Fat Heads Rescue takes on Harvest Homecoming

Joanna Smith holds a boxer puppy brought to Harvest Homecoming by Fat Heads Rescue.

Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2019

A local non-profit animal shelter hosted a booth at Harvest Homecoming this year, letting visitors spend time with its wet-nosed puppies for a small fee. Fat Heads Rescue had a booth at the annual New Albany festival for the first time. Harvest Homecoming hosted craft and booth days from Thursday, Oct. 10 to Sun...

IUS fine arts students bond during Harvest Float production

Tor Chaleunphonh, sophomore graphic design major, explains his idea for the mask to his classmates.

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2019

The bead-throwing of Mardi Gras combined with the candy-giving of Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 5, for IU Southeast’s Mardi Gras and Halloween-inspired floats at this year’s Harvest Homecoming Parade and Float Show. There were two IU Southeast floats, one created by the Fine Arts department and another...

51st Harvest Homecoming Parade embarks the fall festival of the season

The parade was escorted by the New Albany Police Department.

Candace Leilani, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2018

Saturday, Oct. 6,  was the kickoff of the locally famous Harvest Homecoming. The parade showing many local service people, community businesses and youth-oriented activities gave not only a chance for the community to clap their support to those walking, but it was a fun day for families to spend time ...

Harvest Homecoming volunteers continue community tradition

Polly Niemeier stands in front of a mural painted on the Harvest Homecoming office building.

John Clere, staff reporter

October 2, 2018

Every October, roughly half a million people, both locals and visitors, gather at the Harvest Homecoming Festival in New Albany, Indiana. The event has been a key part of local tradition for 51 years and continues to attract a diverse and eager crowd. At the center of it all is a small, colorfully painted office on...

Delicious treats to try at Harvest Homecoming

Handmade and glazed right before your eyes, the Masons’ make all the donuts fresh.

Samuel Murphy, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2017

Harvest Homecoming is a fall staple in Kentuckiana. When the fall attire comes out, the air gets a chill and the smell of delicious foods begin to float, you can usually find people heading toward downtown New albany to celebrate the annual event. The Harvest Homecoming booth days offer many delicious treats fr...

IU Southeast participates in Harvest Homecoming Parade

The parade ended with a group photo. All of the people that attended for IU Southeast squeezed in together.

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2015

IU Southeast and other local businesses walked the streets of downtown New Albany to kick off the Harvest Homecoming festivities on Saturday. The parade started at 12 p.m. on Vincennes Street, in front of New Albany High School. The parade then headed south onto Spring Street with the final sto...

Marching on!

Members of Southeast Sound perform “Fuego” in exhibition at the Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium in Louisville on Friday, June 19.

Kristin Kennedy, Staff Reporter

August 24, 2015

Southeast Sound, IU Southeast’s marching band, was "en fuego" this summer. Southeast Sound came together in April of this year and assembled a 19 member squad by the summer. Despite this recent inception, the marching band participated in its first competition on Saturday, Aug. 8 in Indianapolis. The D...

IUS wins first place at Harvest Homecoming Parade

IUS wins first place at Harvest Homecoming Parade

Mary Kate Hailer and Joel Stinnett

October 12, 2014

On Saturday Oct. 4 about 60 members of the IU Southeast community participated in the Harvest Homecoming Parade. The IUS float was built by physical plant workers as well as student and faculty volunteers. The float took first place in the commercial division and was accompanied by the IUS pep band.

Fall Festival draws big crowds to IUS

IUS Horizon

October 10, 2011

IU Southeast celebrated Harvest Homecoming with its annual Fall Festival, turning the Evergreen Parking Lot into an area of fun on Oct. 2. Residents from the Kentuckiana area also came to campus to join in on the festivities, including games, inflatable jumpers and pumpkin paintings. The activities required tickets that could be purchased for 50 cents each, but m...