The Horizon

My Major Problem

My Major Problem

Allison Cloud, Volunteer

September 3, 2018


Filed under Columns

When you tell people about your major, you’ll get a wide range of responses. For me, some of them are good, but most of them are not. Here are some of the responses I come across regularly as an economics major. “Ew.” Such a small noise that says so much. It has come from friends, peers a...

The ‘Kast is Back

Nic Britton

March 31, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinions

I’ll be honest — in my time living here in Louisville, I’ve never been able to justify going to the Forecastle Festival. That’s not to say that their lineups have been altogether bad; on the contrary. I really wish I could have seen The Black Keys and Run the Jewels last year. But the high cost...

The West End wall

Joel Stinnett

March 31, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinions

Walls are perhaps humanity’s most simple form of protection. They separate us from the weather, animals and even other people. Some walls are built to divide a property; others can divide entire communities. According to The Guardian, the world has seen over 6,000 miles of walls constructed in the...

Cut the crap with the gap

Marisa Gartland

March 31, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinions

There’s a hashtag that, if searched in certain social media engines such as Instagram and Tumblr, triggers a warning message to pop up on the screen. The warning message prompts the reader for the graphic images ahead and urges them to seek help for any eating disorder that he or she may have, or...