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IUS assistant coach gives players hope after a life of hardship

November 8, 2008

Alvin Gene Thomas, IUS assistant men’s basketball coach, was on his way to becoming one of Denny Crum’s champions. Thomas was a star basketball player at Male high school in Louisville Ky. He was...

Professor honored by Royal Historical Society

October 25, 2008

James Beeby, associate professor of history, was recently bestowed the title of fellow of the Royal Historical Society, the United Kingdom’s highest honor for historical academia. The Royal Historical...

Police Blotter still concern for SGA

October 25, 2008

At the Student Government Association’s meeting on Oct. 23, Chief Justice Jeff Martin voiced displeasure with the publication of Jacob Korff’s title, SGA vice president, next to his name in The Horizon’s...

Student spreads joy with simple formula

October 25, 2008

After growing up in poverty and having nine heart attacks, you may expect someone to be a bitter and callous person; that is until you meet Bobo. James “Bobo” Young, elementary and special education...

Barnes & Noble addresses faculty senate

October 18, 2008

At the Oct. 16 Faculty Senate meeting, representatives from Barnes & Noble bookstores, who has a contract to sell textbooks for all IU campuses, gave a  presentation that addressed faculty and student...

Psychologist brings years of first-hand experience to classroom

October 18, 2008

Brandy Wood, visiting lecturer of psychology, has more clinical experience in psychology than most traditional IUS students have years on earth. Wood has worked at several psychiatric hospitals in Louisville...

Self-defense class taught

October 11, 2008

The IUS Police give self-defense seminar during sexual assault and rape prevention week at IU Southeast. Sergeant Monica Wise held a self-defense seminar attended by seven students and faculty members...

SGA looks into quality of food, student opinion on blotter

October 4, 2008

The SGA announced it will be addressing student complaints concerning the portion size of food served at the IUS Food Court at its weekly meeting Thursday, Oct. 2. Flo Gonya, Student Government Association...

Lucky Pineapple rocks at ear-X-tacy

October 4, 2008

A crowd of approximately 50 shoppers, music enthusiasts and curious passersby filled the ear-X-tacy on Bardstown Road Friday, Sept. 29 for a free concert featuring local Indie-rock band Lucky Pineapple. The...

Nader suggests cutting military spending to fund education

September 27, 2008

Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader said, during a campaign rally and fundraiser at the University of Louisville, if elected, his administration would end the U.S. military presence in World...

IUS Happiness Project launched

September 20, 2008

One IUS student and professor are working hard to find out if you are happy or not. Jeffrey Clarke, general studies senior, and Bernardo Carducci, professor of psychology, are currently conducting research...

New GI Bill lives up to promise of free college after military service

September 13, 2008

Starting Aug, 1, 2009, eligible student-veterans will receive improved education benefits under the Post 9/11 Veterans Education Act which was signed into law this past summer. The bill, which was introduced...

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