The Horizon

While the IUS writing center sits empty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility has made the adjustment towards online tutoring.

The IUS Writing Center can help bring your writing to the next level

Kristen Fallon, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

College requires a lot of writing, and for many students writing big papers can be a daunting task. The IU Southeast Writing Center is a free, on-campus resource for students to use who want help improving...

File photo of IUS Ogle Center.

IUS Writing Center sees increased traffic during COVID-19

Emily Owen, Staff Writer October 30, 2020

The IU Southeast Writing Center made changes this semester to accommodate students’ schedules by adding more appointment types, due to COVID-19, and is encouraging ways for students to get involved in...

10 tips for the first few weeks of class

10 tips for the first few weeks of class

Blake Stewart, Sports Editor August 24, 2015

1. Use your resources The Student Development Center offers tutors for students who think they will struggle in classes. The Writing Center and Math Lab are helpful places for students to get help. "There...

The Grenadier discount

The Grenadier discount

Kayla Smith and Aprile Rickert May 14, 2015

No matter how ugly the picture on a student’s UCard may be, IUS students have many perks and benefits that come with their UCard. From money-saving to an all-around ticket to events, Students can take...

Students claim victory for writing competition

IUS Horizon April 8, 2012
IU Southeast took home numerous awards at the 2012 Metroversity Writing Competition on March 29. Eight IUS students won this year, placing first and second in four of the five undergraduate categories, which included fiction, non-fiction, poetry, academic and international writing. Leigh Ann Meyer, director of the Writing Center, said she was excited about this year’s competition.

Writing inspires life path

IUS Horizon March 11, 2012
Patricia Spencer, consultant for the Writing Center, said she has passions ranging from helping students with their papers to reading cutting edge books on science. “I never set out to become a writer, but my life’s path led me to it,” Spencer said. This path began when the Writing Center was first opened at IU Southeast.

Stronger writers not perfect papers

IUS Horizon September 3, 2008
The Writing Center has a new director and she is all about positive changes that will benefit students and IU Southeast as a whole.
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