The Horizon

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IUS Horizon

September 20, 2008


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Editorial cartoon by Scott Gillespie...

Access to information needs improving

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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I’m not entirely surprised our police blotter seems to be a hit, but it is interesting to see how students are intrigued with which of their buddies are getting busted week to week, and why they’re getting busted. It hasn’t been easy getting it in here, though. After our first publication of the...

It’s gonna happen

IUS Horizon

September 19, 2008


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For as long as I can remember, I have been a fan of the Chicago Cubs. They have supplied me with uncountable heartbreaking moments since the late '80s. My first vivid memories of the Cubs are from the 1989 season, of a team that included Greg Maddux, Andre Dawson and Ryne Sandberg, just to name a few...

SGA on right track

IUS Horizon

September 13, 2008


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SGA stands for the Student Government Association. Last week, several of its members took a small step toward recognizing and living up to part of the responsibility that comes with being a government entity. During their last meeting, the SGA was unable to enter a secret executive session to discuss...

My vote doesn’t count

IUS Horizon

September 12, 2008


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I am voting for John McCain. If you are too, that’s great. I honestly don’t give a crap who or why you are voting for whomever you are voting for. I really hate election time. The endless commercials and speeches that the candidates don’t even write is enough to make me puke. Elections are no...

Where have all the students gone

IUS Horizon

September 8, 2008


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The first week at IU Southeast included many activities for the “Week of Welcome.”  The last event of the week was held on Friday, Aug. 29, between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Hoosier Room. The activity was Game Day, I Survived Week One.  Well, obviously no one survived the week, because no one showed...

Presidential election deathmatch

IUS Horizon

September 6, 2008


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Since we are on the topic of politics, I didn’t want to disappoint. As a journalism student, I like paying attention to the news, but most of my friends don’t know squat about the election coming up between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain. Read More »...

Palin, much ado about nothing

IUS Horizon

September 6, 2008


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When the announcement was made that Sarah Palin was going to be McCain’s running mate, my first thought was, “People who use a superfluous ‘h’ on the end of their first name have no business being in office.” My second thought was, “Brilliant move, McCain.” Read More »...

Garbage in, garbage out

IUS Horizon

September 6, 2008


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We are the VH1 generation. It seems as though every generation of people has some form of great art to show for posterity. In our country’s days of infancy, we had great orators like Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Paine writing moving, powerful works of political content. Read More »...

Commuter students still here

IUS Horizon

August 30, 2008


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This is going to be an interesting year for IU Southeast. For the first time, we have students who are actually supposed to be living on campus, rather than a random person holing up in a student organization office for days at a time. Read More »...

Journalism alive, well

IUS Horizon

August 30, 2008


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This summer I spent time pondering my two favorite questions: Who killed John F. Kennedy and is journalism dead? Read More »