The Horizon

IUS Library reduces hours, shifts to digital access after suspending all face-to-face services indefinitely

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Moriah Harrod, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2020

While buildings on campus locked their doors after the university-wide announcement that classes would continue online following spring break, the IUS Library was still staffed with a skeleton crew to keep in-person services available for students.  Following Governor Holcomb’s statewide “shelter in place” ...

Changing how you eat on campus

Changing how you eat on campus

Lori Mundell, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2015

The coffee shop on the main level of the library is closed. In its place will be a Subway that the university plans to open by the spring semester, according to Julie Ingram, the manager of conference and dining services at IU Southeast. This is one of several changes to dining services this year. The...

IUS Library hosts Bogarting Hogarth, the Jerry Springer of the Art Community

Rain Hopkins, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

Drunken orgys, defaced bibles and burning casinos-- these are just a few of the scandalous topics covered in William Hogarth’s artwork. “It’s just super juicy,” said David Spencer-Pierce, printmaking junior. Spencer-Pierce chose to curate a printmaking series based on the artist’s work...

IU Southeast’s Campus Hot Spots

Laura Hubrich

August 23, 2013

All of the hottest places at IU Southeast in one video.     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nd8ZlZMUnPk&feature=youtu.be

IUS preserves in time capsule for 25 years

IUS Horizon

August 26, 2012

Last spring, Dale Brown, secondary education senior and president of the Student Alumni Association, and Matt Owen, political science senior, met to discuss new tradition ideas to implement for the 70th anniversary of IU Southeast. Brown, Owen and fellow members of the SAA came up with the trad...