The Horizon

Play dress up for a living?

Play dress up for a living?

Candace Leilani, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Profiles

Hair done? Check. Make up? Check. Shoes? Check. Costume? Check. This becomes Madi Sellmer-Shipman’s checklist as she leaves her living quarters and drives to her destination for each acting gig. Madi Sellmer-Shipman, sophomore and secondary education major at IU Southeast, has been doing just...

You may now study with your bride

You may now study with your bride

McKenna Curry, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2018


Filed under Features, Profiles

Bryan and Stephanie Henderson begin their school day waking up together and end it over a meal at the dinner table in their home. The couple never imagined at the altar that they would begin the new school year ready to tackle their undergraduate degrees – together.  Although this is not Stephanie’s first year at IU...

Jamie Johnson — becoming a leader on the court

Jamie Johnson — becoming a leader on the court

Gavin Lagle, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Profiles, Sports

Jamie Johnson, senior shooting guard on the IU Southeast men’s basketball team, learned from the best to maximize the potential of his teammates and himself. “I know we have a lot of new, young guys coming in … I just want to be the best leader that I can,” Johnson said. Johnson said that...

Garrett Fensler looks to leave behind a legacy of his own

Garrett Fensler looks to leave  behind a legacy of his own

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Profiles, Sports

Ayear after earning his second consecutive all-conference honors, junior Garrett Fensler has his mind set on leading the IU Southeast Men’s Tennis squad as they continue their winning tradition. The culture built around the tennis program — one that has seen a number of first team all-conference sele...

ACE of Spades

ACE of Spades

Lydia Wieczorek, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2018


Filed under Campus, Profiles

Shane Thomas’ love for music began as a child when his babysitter would come over each morning, and put Elvis records and movies on for the two to listen to before his bus ride to school. Nowadays, he advises both new and familiar students every day; however, this does not stop him from breaking out ...

IUS says farewell to an icon

IUS says farewell to an icon

Shannon Greer, Editor-in-Chief

September 11, 2017


Filed under Campus, Features, News, Profiles, Top Stories

Editors' note: We republished this story on Sept. 23, 2018, as we learned about the death of Bernie Carducci.  Colorful, outgoing, bigger than life and one of a kind. These are all ways that former students and colleagues describe Bernardo “Bernie” Carducci, an IU Southeast psychology professor ...

Yogi, Instructor, Champion

Yogi, Instructor, Champion

Sarah Magin, Assistant Editor

June 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Profiles

Glenn Brown has competed in the USA Yoga competition for the past 13 years. Each year Brown has competed, he has placed first in Indiana’s state competition, and in 2016, he placed fifth in Nationals. This year, he placed first in the adult men’s division in super regionals, which was part of th...

Students Talk About Living on Their Own

Ashley Smith, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017


Filed under Campus, Features, Opinions, Profiles

Living on your own as a student has many things that come with it; keeping your apartment clean, putting food on the table, juggling your relationship with your family and friends while also working and going to school. Some IU Southeast students discussed their lives living on their own and the pros...

The Office of Disabilities Provides Students with a Helping Hand

The Office of Disabilities Provides Students with a Helping Hand

Ashley Smith, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Profiles, uncategorized

It starts with not being able to focus; heavy breathing and hyperventilating. You feel like you weigh a thousand tonnes; like you’re going to fall over and can never get up. This is an anxiety/panic disorder. According to an article by Justin Hunt, a researcher of psychiatry for the Division...

An International Student’s Hope for a Better Education

An International Student’s Hope for a Better Education

Connor Edrington, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2017


Filed under News, Profiles

IU Southeast educates many different students from all over the world. The life of a student can already be a challenging and rewarding process when the student is in their home country, let alone, from another part of the world. According to the Pew Research Center, In the year 2013 there were 1.8 million Af...

IU Southeast Printmaking Program Encourages Artistic Expression

IU Southeast Printmaking Program Encourages Artistic Expression

Stephen Simmons, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017


Filed under Campus, Features, Photos, Profiles

According to the school’s website, IU Southeast has more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. These academic options allow students to explore their unique interests. Offering variety, IU Southeast’s printmaking program is providing students with opportunities to develop their artistic abil...

Technikolor: Making Their Dreams a Reality

Technikolor: Making Their Dreams a Reality

Tyler Clerkin, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2017


Filed under Campus, Entertainment, Features, Profiles

At IU Southeast, a group of students are trying to make their dreams a reality. Senior Samuel Ullrich, pre-law major, sophomore Clarence Jackson, business major and Jefferey Jernigan make up the group known as Technikolor. The group formed in February 2016, with Ullrich and Jernigan starting to w...