The Horizon

It Runs In The Family

It Runs In The Family

Charlyn Corum, Staff Reporter

January 25, 2016


Filed under Features, Profiles

Competitiveness ranges from skipping rocks to playing sports. Hayden Casey, secondary education junior and Carson Casey, elementary education sophomore, both grew up in Borden, Indiana. While attending Borden schools, Hayden and Carson participated in a variety of sports. The sport that impac...

On The Record

On The Record

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter

January 25, 2016


Filed under Features, Profiles, Video

IU Southeast freshman balances life, school and music

Faces of IUS

Faces of IUS

Marisa Gartland, Photography Editor

January 11, 2016


Filed under Faces of IUS, Profiles

Jamie Hoke Jamie was out in the hallway the week before classes setting up a banner for the Crimson Crew. The Crew will have a booth there recruiting new members during the first week of classes. Katlyn Stephenson Katlyn was helping to check out a long line of students who were getting th...

Journey as an entrepreneur

Journey as an entrepreneur

Kristin Kennedy, News Editor

January 11, 2016


Filed under Features, Profiles

In late October, business senior Jeremy Eiler traveled to Washington, D.C. and stayed for a couple of days. However, Eiler wasn’t on vacation. He was completing work for a customer relation management software company called Base. Base paid Eiler to fly out so he could review the company’s marketin...

Out of the crowd

Out of the crowd

Joel Stinnett, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2016


Filed under Features, Profiles, Top Stories

It is a rare occasion in life when someone is given a chance to meet their idol. It is an even rarer occasion when that person meets their idol while wearing a pink and blue light-up tutu. That is the position Rachel Esarey, music freshman and aspiring song writer, found herself in last October at...

Clocking out

Clocking out

Katie Casper, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2015


Filed under Features, Profiles, Top Stories

Whether it’s a friendly smile, a quick wave or an upbeat ‘hello,’ the presence of Ruben Borrego has been felt throughout the IU Southeast campus. Now, after 15 years, his service to the campus and its students is coming to an end. On Nov. 20, Borrego will celebrate his retirement from being...

Following her calling in the classroom

Following her calling in the classroom

Kristin Kennedy, Social Media Coordinator

October 19, 2015


Filed under Features, Profiles, Top Stories

On Tuesday, July 28, 24 fourth-grade students watched Shelby Royalty, education senior, as she led an icebreaker activity she found on Pinterest. Some IU Southeast students were on summer break that day, while others may have been preparing to finish summer classes. Meanwhile, Royalty spent the day...

One man, two sports

One man, two sports

Parker Henes, Staff Reporter

October 15, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Sports, Top Stories

This year, senior Jordan Thompson will step onto the hardwood court to finish out his collegiate basketball career. After that, he will then stand atop of the white rubber slab that is approximately 60 feet and six inches away from home plate for the first time in four years. Thompson plays center...

The journey of Division I transfer Jocelyn Mousty

The journey of Division I transfer Jocelyn Mousty

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015


Filed under Profiles, Sports

IUS women’s basketball player Jocelyn Mousty recently transferred to IU Southeast from Texas Tech. This meant a transfer from an NCAA Division I school to an NAIA school. Mousty came from a small town in Fredericksburg, Indiana, so she’s no stranger to the area. She graduated from a small 2A...

New dean of education brings her tradition into new role

New dean of education brings her tradition into new role

Joel Stinnett, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015


Filed under Profiles

Doyin Coker-Kolo was raised in an area in the southwest corner of Nigeria called Abeokuta, meaning "a town under a rock." The town was given that name because it is surrounded by jagged outcrops of rocks that locals would hide under in times of war or when slave hunters were in the area. "The rock...

From cadet to officer

From cadet to officer

Kristin Kennedy and Tassy Payne

September 8, 2015


Filed under Features, Profiles, Top Stories

With one spritz, a cloud of pepper spray hit Deven Estes’s face and went into his eyes. Estes, a criminology and criminal justice senior, had to read an index card through blurry eyes and was hit by a football dummy. “It teaches you to fight through, and it shows you that you still can perform...