The Horizon

Know the issues: 2014 midterm elections

Know the issues: 2014 midterm elections

Paige Thompson and Jims Porter

November 3, 2014

By the time Election Day comes and goes, many Americans have had enough politics to last them until the next campaign season. Though some decisions are made directly at the polls by the voters, most changes in the political process come after the ballots have been counted. Recent years have shown a rise i...

IUS groups get out vote by hosting registration

IUS Horizon

October 14, 2012

Politically-affiliated campus groups hosted a voter registration drive to give students a chance to participate in the 2012 local and national elections. The event took place in the Hoosier Room on Oct. 1 and 8. The College Democrats sponsored the registration drive along with the ONE organization. C...

Enrollment falls back for semester

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2012

IU Southeast enrollment dropped by 5 percent for the fall 2012 semester and has the smallest population out of the eight regional Indiana University campuses. Christopher Crews, associate director of Admissions, said IU Southeast expected a drop due to the demographics. “We expected and knew t...

Editor implores passion in poor economy

IUS Horizon

November 13, 2011

A beautiful home, multiple vehicles, annual vacations and overall financial stability are what Americans have referred to as “the dream” for years. The idea of the “American dream” was originally the promise of the possibility of prosperity and success for everyone, regardless of social class or...

Not-so-great depression

IUS Horizon

October 11, 2008

Finally there is a topic that is enveloping the national news that is capturing “Joe Sixpack’s” attention. The economy is going down the toilet. This is not the first time, of course, but few of us are left who can recall the Great Depression of the 1930s and ’40s. The stock market is seeing...