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Incorporating ink

Incorporating ink
The changing perception of tattoos in the workplace and how it impacts college-aged individuals during and after the hiring process
January 5, 2018

    Freshman Aril Offutt’s high school teacher confessed to negatively judging her based on her tattoos, but after Offutt scored the highest grade in the class, he admitted that his...

Breaking Stereotypes

Kelly Ryan said half of history majors attend graduate school in the interest of entering other careers, “The same skills that kind of brought them an interest in history create a lifetime of curiosity that makes them keep moving through careers by attending graduate school.”
Social science degrees could make you successful in the modern day workplace.
December 9, 2017

Students who earn Social Science degrees often enter careers that are different than the name of their degrees imply. IU Southeast’s School of Social Sciences offers undergraduate degree programs in...

Student finds more time, money with Mary Kay

Student finds more time, money with Mary Kay
March 31, 2014

When Jessie Clifford, biology freshman, sits down with a client, she smiles. It does not seem or look like work to her. She explains everything she knows about aging and the beauty products lined up in...

Customer service takes back seat to revenue

September 16, 2012

A business’ customer service is what ultimately sets the company apart from its competitors. I do not care how good the food is or how cute the shirt is, if I have to deal with a waiter or cashier who...

IUS impacts economy

March 11, 2012

According to the economic impact study released on Feb. 16, IU Southeast contributed $124.4 million to the local economy, including thousands of jobs. “The $124 million economic impact figure represents...

Editor implores passion in poor economy

November 13, 2011

A beautiful home, multiple vehicles, annual vacations and overall financial stability are what Americans have referred to as “the dream” for years. The idea of the “American dream” was originally...

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