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This Path Will End

This Path Will End

Kristin Kennedy, News Editor April 18, 2016

The end is near. After walking on an exciting and chaotic path filled with coursework, exams, work and various life events, I will soon be able to say I have completed my time at IU Southeast. I...

Horizon wins big at Indiana Collegiate Press Association convention

Horizon wins big at Indiana Collegiate Press Association convention

Horizon Staff Reports April 12, 2016

Twenty Indiana University Southeast journalism students and recent graduates collectively won 34 awards – including second place newspaper of the year – at the annual convention of the Indiana Collegiate...

The Kupinski Guitar Duo ­­ Ewa Jablczynska and Dariusz Kupinski ­­ is a famous Polish

guitar duo that performs a variety of classical music pieces. The guitar duo performed on 

Monday, March 30 in the Millicent and Norman Stiefler Recital Hall in the Ogle Center from 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Kupinski Guitar Duo: a new tune on classical music

Kristin Kennedy, Staff Writer April 5, 2015

The violin, the viola and the cello are a few string instruments that are commonly used to perform classical music. Ewa Jablczynska and Dariusz Kupinski strum a different chord by producing classical music...

SGA plans GUSTalks

SGA plans GUSTalks

Kristin Kennedy, Staff March 16, 2015

The Student Government Association has been preparing to hold its second annual GUSTalks event for months, and the day of the event is approaching. The SGA discussed final details of the GUSTalks during...

Ishwarya Iyer, adjunct professor of social informatics, tattoos henna at International Festival

17th annual International Festival: music, dance and cuisine from around the world

Kristin Kennedy , Staff March 12, 2015

                      The sound of bagpipes traveled, Bollywood dancers shimmied and the smell of bangers and...

Forgiving Dr. Mengele documentary shown in Ogle Center

“Forgiving Dr. Mengele” documentary shown in Ogle Center

Kristin Kennedy, Staff February 3, 2015

All 96 seats were occupied in the Millicent and Norman Stiefler Recital Hall. Potential audience members sat on the wooden steps after giving up their seats. Over 100 people came to the “Forgiving...

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