The Horizon

365 Under 45

365 Under 45

Sarah Magin and Lydia Wieczorek

January 22, 2018


Filed under Nation/World, News

Jan. 20 marked one year since our 45th president, Donald Trump, rallied supporters to the United States Capitol with a vow to apply his bigger-and-better business style to the country as a whole. “America will no longer settle for anything less than the best,” he declared. And after a divisive ...

Sexual assault: Bystander prevention, education and changing the social narrative

Sexual assault: Bystander prevention, education and changing the social narrative

Paige Thompson, Managing Editor

November 16, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, Audra Dowling, assistant director of residence life, asked passing students to make a pledge against sexual violence by signing their name and what made them "IUStrong," as a part of week of action for the It’s On Us campaign. Dowling said that one of the main goals of the...

New dean of education brings her tradition into new role

New dean of education brings her tradition into new role

Joel Stinnett, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015


Filed under Profiles

Doyin Coker-Kolo was raised in an area in the southwest corner of Nigeria called Abeokuta, meaning "a town under a rock." The town was given that name because it is surrounded by jagged outcrops of rocks that locals would hide under in times of war or when slave hunters were in the area. "The rock...

Students network at Education Job Fair

Students network at Education Job Fair

Kristin Kennedy, Staff

March 23, 2015


Filed under News

Students in the School of Education were able to expose themselves to employers during the Education Job Fair. The Career Development Center held the Education Job Fair on Tuesday, March 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Hoosier Room in University Center North. The Education Job Fair provided opportunities...

Know the issues: 2014 midterm elections

Know the issues: 2014 midterm elections

Paige Thompson and Jims Porter

November 3, 2014


Filed under News, Top Stories

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...

Grad school: to go or not to go

Grad school: to go or not to go

Hannah Ash

March 30, 2014


Filed under Features

Choosing to attend graduate school can be a big decision. For those who choose to go, it means devoting even more time and money to furthering their education. “Make sure you like your undergraduate path as much as you think you do,” Ian Munday, graduate student at IU Southeast, said. Munday...

Local elections result in education changes

IUS Horizon

December 3, 2012


Filed under News

The recent changes in state elections could have a large impact on the IUS campus, as well as the state of Indiana for future years. New Superintendent of Public Instruction While Nov. 6 marked re-election for President Barack Obama, local Indiana elections also resulted in Democrat Glenda Ritz ...

IUS groups get out vote by hosting registration

IUS Horizon

October 14, 2012


Filed under News

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...

Graduates relocate to modernized building

IUS Horizon

September 9, 2012


Filed under News

During the summer break, the IUS Graduate Center for business and education classes moved to the 300 Building, located in downtown Jeffersonville. The center was previously situated in the McCauley-Nicolas Building and was there for more than 10 years. Alan White, dean of the School of Business,...