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The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

Back row, from left, Dannon Olsen, Jacob Bifone, Rose Stamper. Front row, from left, Elena Jablonski, Carson Price, Dylan Mapp, Devon Fields.

Luscious Lobster Lingers Longingly in Lively Leadership Conference

Elena Jablonski, Freelance Contributor April 21, 2023

The sad moment of truth came when Student Government Association President Dannon Olsen frantically rolled down the passenger window of our seven-seat van in the middle of traffic and stuck his head out. His...

Back to School with Free Parking

Back to School with Free Parking

Ian McDermott, Staff Writer October 3, 2022

Free parking and free carpool, all for students!?   IU Southeast’s Fall 2022 semester started with a huge victory for students when Interim Chancellor Kelly Ryan announced that student parking permits...

Senior political science major Evan Hunter raises his right hand as he is sworn in as the new SGA vice president during a meeting on March 5.

The hunt for new SGA vice president is over

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter March 12, 2021

The IU Southeast Student Government Association had seen some administrative turnover to its highest positions since the end of February, starting when vice president Rebecca Von Allmen was sworn in to...

Rebecca Von Allmen raises her right hand as she is sworn into office as the new SGA President during a meeting on Feb. 19. Von Allmen previously served as vice president under her predecessor, Kameo Costello, who was removed shortly before Von Allmen was sworn in.

SGA Presidency changes hands

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter February 26, 2021

The Student Government Association underwent changes to its highest position last week when Rebecca Von Allmen was sworn into office as SGA President on Friday, Feb. 19. Von Allmen, who previously served...

SGA Vice President Christian Thomas shares his goals as VP at the SGA’s October 4 meeting. Thomas is among six new members of the SGA.

New SGA president appoints vice president, associate justice and probationary senators

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter October 6, 2019

The IU Southeast Student Government Association discussed the appointment of new members, recruitment and budget proposals at their meetings on Friday, Sept. 27 and Friday, Oct. 4. The meetings were the...

Illustration by Shelby Pennington

We stand against the SGA senator’s bathroom proposal – you should, too.

The Horizon Editorial Board April 15, 2019

The bathroom legislation proposed by a member of the IUS Student Senate is at best thinly veiled bigotry and is at worst a poor attempt to disenfranchise some of our most marginalized students. The...

The vote took place in room 104 of Hillside Hall. The meeting was moved after the SGA realized an above-average number of people wanted to come to the meeting. Pictured above, professor Greg Phipps speaks to the SGA.

Proposal sparks SGA public forum

Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter April 15, 2019

The IU Southeast Student Government Association voted 7-1 Friday, April 12 against student senator Joseph Bortka’s “Recommendation on the Present Gender Discourse.” IU Southeast has four all-gender...

Newly elected SGA leaders take office

IUS Horizon April 1, 2013

Stephon Moore, political science sophomore, and Dejan Tomanic, political science sophomore, say although they do not always agree, they make a great team as Student Government Association President and...

Denbo defeats Bonsall in SGA President election

IUS Horizon March 23, 2010
After entering the race less than a week before the Student Government Association election, SGA president-elect Amanda Denbo, business senior, officially defeated the presidential incumbent, James Bonsall. Denbo and her running mate, Tristan Williamson, English junior, received 54 percent of the student votes, successfully defeating current SGA president Bonsall, business junior, and his running mate, Kevin Evans, elementary education freshman.

SGA faces election controversy

IUS Horizon March 14, 2010
Tempers flared during the Student Government Meeting on Thursday, March 11, leading to a withdrawal of both presidential and vice presidential candidates and the SGA treasurer quitting entirely. It all started when SGA senator Nick Garing, political science junior, introduced a bill during the meeting that would lower the constitutional requirement that executive SGA members maintain a 2.5 GPA to a 2.2 GPA and announcing he intended to run for an executive position.

SGA amendment voted down

IUS Horizon February 21, 2010
During a brief meeting on Feb. 18, the Student Government Association voted-down an amendment to the groups’ constitution. They also prepared a trip to Kokomo, Ind., for the following morning of Feb. 19. Three SGA members headed to IU Kokomo the morning of Friday, Feb. 19, to attend the years first IU Board of Trustees meeting.
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