The Horizon

From part-time work study to full-time career

From part-time work study to full-time career

Tessa Arnold, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019


Filed under Campus, Features

In the fall of 1979, Kim Roberson was seeking a part-time student job to pay for tuition and books. She went into the Bursar’s office after hearing they were looking for a student employee, but she had no luck. The next day, Oct. 9, her birthday, they called her and said “We can give you two ...

New artist resident brings new ideas to IUS ceramics program

New artist resident brings new ideas to IUS ceramics program

Shelby Pennington, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019


Filed under Campus, Features

Tucked in a small room adjacent to the ceramics classroom, clay, vinyl and plastic twist together in bright colors and bold forms. The walls are plastered with drawings, neon paint, tape and material samples; all inspiration to the studio’s occupant, artist resident Sydney Ewerth. Artist Reside...

The Importance of Voting

The Importance of Voting

Kristy Fennessey, Staff Writer

October 17, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

With many Americans caught in a political tug of war over which is the worst candidate in the upcoming presidential election, it would appear our nation’s youngest and newest potential voters are wading into murky waters when it comes to their first opportunity to vote in a presidential election. It...

On the Issues: Student Loan Debt

On the Issues: Student Loan Debt

Jordan Williams, Features Editor

October 17, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

On Tuesday Nov. 8, voters will no longer be able to practice the luxury of being undecided in the throes of voting season, as this Tuesday in particular is Election Day. Across the country, voting booths will be filled with predominantly mild-mannered participants, each one contributing in the century-old...

Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Morgan Wooden, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Sitting behind the ceramics wheel on a humid Sunday morning in Knobview Hall, journalism and fine arts senior Charlyn Corum is wasting no time. Her projects have deadlines that are fast-approaching; she knows she will not have the extra time during the week, and she does not want her grades to...

Gaming on a snow day

Gaming on a snow day

Duncan Cooper, Staff

March 5, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, News

It’s round two, students of IU Southeast. Snow is burying us once more, and we now face the choice –yet again, unfortunately- of deciding whether we will find a way to entertain ourselves or simply hibernate like a woodchuck in his hole. If you’re in the former group, then don’t worry, there’s...

Are exams the best method to test student learning?

Laura Hubrich, Staff

October 28, 2014


Filed under Campus, Features, Top Stories

It’s the night before a big exam and it’s the first time you’ve reviewed your notes since you took them in class. All you can do now is drink coffee and stay up all night cramming in hopes of a good grade. But how well do those exams reflect what students have retained throughout the semester? Brad...

Editor credits college journey for expanded horizons

IUS Horizon

December 3, 2012


Filed under Opinions

I vividly remember sitting in my high school auditorium when I was a junior and listening to several administrators describe the opportunities my future and the future of my classmates had waiting for us IF we attended college. At that moment, I do not quite remember if the auditorium truly fell s...