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Josie Hockman joins the 1000 points club

Josie Hockman joins the 1000 points club

Jayla Rose, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Sports

IU Southeast senior Josie Hockman is familiar with shooting her shot. Hockman has had a successful season hitting her 1000 points college career goal during the Grenadiers game against Asbury University earlier this month. “It felt good, it was a goal I wanted to reach being so close I figured I ...

Grenadiers fend off late Celtics run

Grenadiers fend off late Celtics run

Brandon Miniard, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2019


Filed under Sports

The IU Southeast women’s basketball team started 2019 in a less-than-desirable situation, beginning the new year in the midst of a 1-9 stretch that saw their overall record go from 7-1 to 8-10. Their only win during this cold stretch was against Miami-Hamilton (OH), which was due to the game being...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: a day to serve

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: a day to serve

Joshua Roy, Kat Lynn, and Shelby Pennington

January 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Local, Photos

January 21, 2019 celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., activist and leader of the civil rights movement. An American federal holiday, MLK Jr. Day is a day off for workers and students across the nation. Students from IU Southeast and volunteers from around the area volunteered...

Welcoming the Class of 2022

Welcoming the Class of 2022

Meleena Richardson, Social Media Director

August 22, 2018


Filed under Campus, News

Students packed into the activities building to listen to speeches given by Chancellor Ray Wallace, Candyce Clifft, anchor for WDRB, Cassie Goodrich, student body president and other faculty members. Chancellor Wallace began the morning by giving a speech to the students before passing the podium to Clifft...

A Free Press: The Foundation of Democracy

A Free Press: The Foundation of Democracy

Horizon Editorial Board

August 22, 2018


Filed under Staff Editorials

One of the foundations of our country is the freedom to express our opinions without persecution and our ability to access free and reliable information. If you threaten those principles, you threaten our democracy. In Washington, D.C., a two-story structure lurks in the Newseum, and on it are the na...

EDITORIAL: ‘Yes, we’re putting out a damn paper’

EDITORIAL: ‘Yes, we’re putting out a damn paper’

Horizon staff

June 29, 2018


Filed under Nation/World, News, Opinions, Staff Editorials, Top Stories

As journalists, our goal is to report the facts and make sense of difficult and confusing situations, and that is what The Capital Gazette did by publishing an issue the day after losing five of their colleagues to an active shooter in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday. Rebecca Smith, sales assistant; Gerald Fisch...

Another Year for the Books

Another Year for the Books

Erin Coffee, Content Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under Campus, News, Photos

A mix of emotions filled the air as graduating seniors waited in anticipation for the commencement proceedings to begin. For some students, graduating college meant being the first in their family to receive a college diploma. For others, it meant fulfilling a lifelong goal. No matter what journey...

Breaking Stereotypes

Breaking Stereotypes

Stephen Simmons, Staff Writer

December 9, 2017


Filed under Features

Students who earn Social Science degrees often enter careers that are different than the name of their degrees imply. IU Southeast’s School of Social Sciences offers undergraduate degree programs in criminology and criminal justice, history, international studies, journalism, neuroscience, political science, ...

Alcohol and Drugs: What Does it Really Look Like in Our Community?

Alcohol and Drugs: What Does it Really Look Like in Our Community?

Connor Edrington, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2017


Filed under Features

With all the talk about alcohol in university dorms and drugs in our community, the answer to what substance use really looks like can be hard to narrow down. Michael Day, personal counselor at IU Southeast, spoke about what he has seen with the usage of alcohol and drugs on IU Southeast’s campus. “What...

Unrelated Twins

Unrelated Twins

Chandler Cooper, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2017


Filed under uncategorized

They say everybody has a double. It’s a known myth that we all have a doppelganger somewhere out there - or at least someone who resembles us in some peculiar fashion - but we never really expect to see that person within the same city, let alone the same campus. A normal day for Matt McClellan,...

Angels in the Outfield

Angels in the Outfield

Chandler Cooper, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

“July 16th was probably the hardest day of my life to get through,” said Santrel Farmer, freshman education major. During the summer of 2017, Farmer and his cousin, Tariq Jibreel Armour, packed for college and anticipated the next stage of their lives—a transition they often talked about as...

Resisting in Kentuckiana: The Local Indivisible Movement

Resisting in Kentuckiana: The Local Indivisible Movement

Julie Jackson, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Kentuckiana

Nov. 9,. 2016 was either a day of joy or a day of uncertainty for Americans across the nation. It was the day after the presidential election that Donald Trump was unofficially called to be the President of the United States for the next four years. For some, there was a sense of victory. But for others,...