The Horizon

Zombie lawn gnomes? All part of the family business

Peggy Woods, also known as the Concrete Lady, surrounded by her current bestselling item, Bigfoot.

Joel Stinnett

November 3, 2013

Thirty minutes outside of downtown Louisville in Otisco, Ind. there lies a seemingly enchanted 15 acres of land where lions co-mingle with pigs, zombie gnomes stand next to the Virgin Mary and Bigfoot is spotted daily. This is the home of Peggy Woods, also known as The Concrete Lady. Since 1976 she...

For the love of music

For the love of music

Melissa Spaide

October 27, 2013

For the love of music, they play; they sing; they scream. From their first performance at Faith Family, to their most recent concert at Louisville’s Vernon Club, Brought By Giants has risen in fame in less than a year. Two months after Brought By Giants, a five piece post- hardcore band, became active...

Cancer: A battle of mind, body and spirit

Erika Del Pilar Bouttier was diagnosed with breast cancer at 41. She had no family history of cancer, no abnormal lumps, and never a suspicious mammogram. Now, even years later, Bouttier bears the scars from her battle with cancer. Photo by Angela Anderson Photography

Jims Porter

October 20, 2013

Cancer is painful. From the diagnosis to the numerous surgeries and treatments, those with cancer experience a pain only one who has fought that terrible battle knows. Radiation, chemotherapy, stitches, staples and infections are just a few of the physical traumas endured by cancer patients. Those ailments,...

The winding path to teacher

Alphonzo Bridgeman

October 4, 2013

Kristopher A. Bloos was excited about his new shiny promotion. He was thrilled, but a bit hesitant. Bloos was advised by management that if he planned to advance within the company he would have to re-enroll in college. Bloos had previously dropped out of community college. “It was just impossible...

Students speak, Meriwether listens

Kimberly Crowe

September 23, 2013

This school year IU Southeast has seen some major transitions and has welcomed many new students as well as new faculty. Jason Meriwether is part of this new cabinet and the many changes that have taken place at IU Southeast. Meriwether is now serving as vice chancellor for enrollment management and...

Meet the monk

Meet the monk

Ashley Sizemore

September 23, 2013

Adjunct professor shares message and mindset IU Southeast strives to give students a worldly education, offering a variety of classes with professors from numerous backgrounds. Last semester, the university welcomed a Buddhist monk to the community. Thich Hang Dat, a native of Vietnam, is an adjunct professor of philosophy and has spo...

Interim chancellor gears up for 2013-2014 school year

Crystal Gunther, chair of the IU Southeast Board of Advisors, Jerry Wayne, interim vice chancellor for Alumni and Community Engagement and Jason Meriwether, vice chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs listened as interim chancellor Barbara Bichelmeyer delivered the 2013-14 State of the Campus Address Tuesday, August 20 in Stem Concert Hall.

Aprile Rickert

August 26, 2013

Interim Chancellor Barbara Bichelmeyer’s track record of successfully tackling important projects head-on indicates she is well-suited to lead IU Southeast through a period of transition. Bichelmeyer, currently the associate vice president for university academic policy and planning, as well as...

Gus gets Grenadiers going

Gus gets Grenadiers going

Hannah Ash

August 25, 2013

His ever-smiling face manages to ex­ude friendliness and a fierce competi­tive spirit all at once. While it is not uncommon to see Gus the Grenadier strutting down the hall­way in the University Center or bolster­ing school spirit at an athletics game, there are many things students may n...

Ga-Ga for Eva

Ga-Ga for Eva

IUS Horizon

April 14, 2013

Whether someone is making a statement or just throwing an outfit together, people tend to judge appearance before personality. People frequently approach Evangeline Flowers, fine arts freshman, because of her fashion sense. Some students might mistake Flowers as popular recording artist Lady GaGa...

Senior sets sail

Nathan Hawkins, philosophy senior, was apprehensive about starting college once again. However, while it took him awhile to figure out what he wanted to do he said is glad he stuck with it and will graduate in May.

IUS Horizon

April 14, 2013

Graduation can be filled with uncertainty for most students. After sporting the cap and gown, most leave the stage feeling excited, but a bit apprehensive of what will come next. For Nathan Hawkins, philosophy senior, what’s next is certain; he will be traveling to other countries and starting a...

IT manager makes models into masterpieces

IUS Horizon

April 7, 2013

Hobbies tend to be minimized as just something that a person likes to do in their free time. However, when Lee Station stood and watched one of the models he built being unveiled at the IBM Gallery in Manhattan, it became much more than just a hobby. Staton, IT manager of communications and special...

Newly elected SGA leaders take office

IUS Horizon

April 1, 2013

Stephon Moore, political science sophomore, and Dejan Tomanic, political science sophomore, say although they do not always agree, they make a great team as Student Government Association President and Vice President. The duo met when they were assigned as Model U.N. partners, and they continued to...