The Horizon

Director goes after her doctorate; talks about student athletes

IUS Horizon November 7, 2010

Channell Barbour, associate director of Campus Life, said she hopes to receive her doctorate in education from Indiana State University in December of 2011. Barbour finished her course work in May....

Student earns prestigious award, talks about struggles

IUS Horizon November 3, 2010

Mark Bickers, biology senior, will be graduating this December after being a college student for only three and a half years. Bickers is one of three students who received the 2010 Chancellor’s Medallion...

Counselor seeks to help students

IUS Horizon October 25, 2010

This past year, more teens have committed suicide due to bullying, but Michael Day, IUS personal counselor, wants to change that. Day said, according to research, suicide is linked to hopeless feelings. “We...

High school senior now member of SGA

IUS Horizon October 19, 2010

    Bronson Bast is an 18-year-old home-schooled high school senior attending IU Southeast for dual credit. He also recently became a senator for the Student Government Association. Bast...

Former skinhead speaks on campus

IUS Horizon October 10, 2010

Frank Meeink, author of “Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead,” spoke at IU Southeast on Sept. 29 in the Hoosier Room. He discussed his life story — from his childhood to becoming a leader in...

New SGA senator advocate for LGBT Kentuckians

IUS Horizon October 3, 2010

Yana Baker, political science freshman, is a new member of the Student Government Association. Baker was sworn in as a full senator on Sept. 30. Erick Marquez, communications junior and secretary for...

Passion for film reflects in career

IUS Horizon September 26, 2010

Tracy Heightchew, Box Office supervisor of the Ogle Center, said she is happy with her life and career. Heightchew has been working at the Ogle Center since January 2009. “I am in charge of all ticket...

Professor’s job doesn’t pay enough, goes back to school

IUS Horizon September 26, 2010

Judy Cato, adjunct professor of religious studies, has taught at IU Southeast and Spalding University for more than 20 years. Cato recently went back to school for a nursing degree and is attending...

New CIO expects changes

IUS Horizon September 12, 2010

From having many years of experience in the field of technology to raising four daughters with his wife of 40 years, Tom Sawyer, chief information officer, said he feels right at home in his new position...

New dean anticipates changes for Social Sciences

IUS Horizon September 5, 2010

Joe Wert, the new dean of the School of Social Sciences, was recently promoted to his new position as dean. He took office on Aug. 2. Due to his previous administrative experience, Wert decided to take...

Art facility being built on top of Clark-Floyd Landfill

IUS Horizon November 15, 2008

On Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Ogle Center Recital Hall, Ohio Valley Creative Energy held a presentation that launched their $3.5 million capital campaign to build an up-cycling art facility on the Clark-Floyd...

Barnes & Noble’s IUS Bookstore sells used IUS computers

IUS Horizon November 2, 2008

Used computers from around the IUS campus are being sold once again, but there is a different strategy this time. The sale started on Monday, Oct. 20, in the IUS Bookstore. In the previous years, IT...

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