The Horizon

Too much to handle: Grenadiers dominate with duct tape

IUS Horizon

November 28, 2011

The No. 24 ranked IUS men’s basketball team defeated Purdue University Calumet Peregrines, 88-71, on Nov. 11. This was the third annual Indiana University and Purdue University Challenge. This was the Grenadiers third win in a row, and they remained undefeated through three games at home. “We pl...

Grenadiers overwhelm Mid-Continent University

IUS Horizon

November 13, 2011

The IUS men’s basketball team won their game against Mid-Continent University, 106-88, during the fifth annual Joe. B. Hall and Denny Crum Classic in the Activities Building on Nov. 4. This was the first win of the season for the Grenadiers, as they lost their season opener to Georgetown University,...

Crimson and Cream showcase talent

IUS Horizon

November 6, 2011

Basketball season is officially underway for the IUS men’s and women’s Crimson and Cream game in the Activities Building on Oct. 27. The Grenadiers put on a three-point shooting contest, a dunking showcase and two-20-minute scrimmages. The women’s scrimmage ended with the Red team beating the White team, 53-50. “I thought we did good,” Ashmere Woods, j...

IUS receives NAIA champion award

IUS Horizon

October 16, 2011

For the first time, IU Southeast was awarded the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Champions of Character Five Star Award for 2010-2011 on Oct. 5. “We want to be a five star institution,” Joe Glover, athletic director, said. There is a formula the NAIA figures up, and institutions...

Grenadiers achieve revenge on Eagles

IUS Horizon

October 10, 2011

The IUS volleyball team defeated the Cincinnati Christian University Eagles in three sets in the Activities Building on Oct. 4. The Grenadiers lost their previous match at CCU, 3-2, on Sept. 13. “[The players] just wanted revenge this time,” Lesley Drury Prather, IUS volleyball head coach, said. This was the Gr...

Student takes long journey to get to IUS

IUS Horizon

October 10, 2011

Angela Tanudjaja, marketing and advertising senior, is taking initiative to gain experience in her field of study. Tanudjaja recently completed internships at the Actor’s Theatre in Louisville and Ideology, an advertising firm in New Albany. “It’s very humbling,” she said about gaining the experience. During her internship at Actor...

Volleyball players fail to execute

IUS Horizon

October 2, 2011

The IUS volleyball team fell to Asbury College on Sept. 27. The Grenadiers lost in four sets, 3-1, which ended their four match win streak. IU Southeast won the first set 25-17, before giving up the next three to Asbury. “[We were] satisfied with the win in the first game,” Lesley Drury-Prather, IUS volleyb...

Design student balances creativity

IUS Horizon

September 26, 2011

Zhalda Penn, graphic design senior, is a non-traditional student at IU Southeast. She is enrolled full-time, works two jobs on campus and helps raise two children. Tyler, 9, and Jordan, 7, are the children of her boyfriend Jacob Knight, 34. “It’s great,” Penn said. “They’re bi...

New addition arrives in athletics

IUS Horizon

September 11, 2011

A new addition to the IUS campus has been made in the Athletics Department. Standing at 6 feet 8 inches tall, Denny Williams was named the new assistant athletic director for facilities and operations. However, he has been the interim for the position since August 2010. “Denny’s been a great addition,” Joe Glover, athletic director, said. “He under...

Bloggers discuss visiting mosques across country

IUS Horizon

March 15, 2011

IU Southeast and the World Affairs Council of Kentucky and Southern Indiana presented the topic of what it is like to be a Muslim in today’s American society. The presentation was hosted by Aman Ali, 25, and Bassam Tariq, 24, who traveled the United States for 30 days and visited different mosques...

Old tree carved into statue

IUS Horizon

February 22, 2011

The Grenadier has been carved into a wooden statue on campus. On Feb. 12 and Feb. 13, the Grenadier was carved out of a large piece of an old oak tree that was cut down in the grassy area between the Life Sciences Building and the Central Parking Lot. “This is the full academic version of the Grenad...