The Horizon

IU Southeast students volunteer in their community

Lissa Gamsky, international business junior, at the Preservation Louisville booth at the NuLu Festival.

Hannah Foreman, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2015

Sitting on your couch, watching the same episode of Criminal Minds for the fifth time, you think to yourself, "Isn’t there something more productive I could be doing? Something that isn’t homework? I already know how this one ends." If you’re interested in getting more involved in your community,...

10 tips for the first few weeks of class

10 tips for the first few weeks of class

Blake Stewart, Sports Editor

August 24, 2015

1. Use your resources The Student Development Center offers tutors for students who think they will struggle in classes. The Writing Center and Math Lab are helpful places for students to get help. "There are students who work at these centers, and they can give great strategies," Leigh Ann Meyer, E...

Refugees endure hardships for new life in Louisville

Sebastien Philippe moved to the United States from Haiti when he was 9 years old; one year after his father, a traveling pastor in the Caribbean, immigrated.

Ethan Smith

February 24, 2014

Refugees from crisis-stricken countries like Haiti, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, DR Congo, and countless others have sought asylum in the United States. And for some, like Sebastien Philippe, their fresh start has taken place right here in the Louisville Metro area. A total of 45.2 million people have...