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An Ode to Poetry

Monday, March 30th

Last week, we looked briefly at a little of what the library had to offer for the aspiring poet or poetry scholar. This week, let’s look at these sources in a little more depth. You might be approaching poetry in a lot of different ways. Maybe you just like poetry, and want to read some […]

Poetry Reading

Monday, March 23rd

Do you like poetry? IU East has a great upcoming opportunity for you. Bianca Lynne Spriggs, an award-winning poet (2013 Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship in Poetry, several Artist Enrichment and Arts Meets Activism grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women, and a nominee for the Pushcart Prize) will be coming to campus to read […]

What Comes Next

Monday, March 16th

With graduation swiftly approaching, hundreds of IU East students are about to embark on their careers. Of course, you’ve probably been preparing for your future career for a while now. Classwork, internships, part-time jobs, and more have helped hone your skills for today’s job market. But sometimes, an extra personal connection or contact can make […]

Financial Literacy and You

Monday, February 23rd

The deadline for filing the FAFSA is March 10th! This crucial form determines your eligibility for financial aid, including Pell Grants, federal student loans and work-study jobs. Without it, college can be much more expensive! Fortunately, IU East has lots of knowledgeable people to help you. The office of financial aid and scholarships http://www.iue.edu/finaid is […]

I Cannot Tell a Lie

Monday, February 16th

Presidents Day is an opportunity to reflect on our leaders, their strengths and their challenges. And this Presidents Day, it seems appropriate to examine a story about our first President.   We’ve all heard the apocryphal story by biographer Parson Weems about the young George Washington chopping down the cherry tree, but being unwilling to lie […]