The Horizon

Open mic in the coffee shop

Jacob Howard, a freshman who is an English Education Major, sings “Michael” by Red House Painters while playing his guitar. “My parents started getting me guitar lessons and I hated it but once I started listening to music, I was like, ‘oh, this might be worthwhile.’  I like performing...and I love that song too.”

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

In coffee shops across the nation, patrons are faced with a slew of different caffeine-filled options. Some prefer their coffee black, while others load up with cream and sugar. Avid coffee lovers at IU Southeast on Thursday, September 5, ordered their beloved caffeinated beverages with the soothing...

SPC holds second Open Mic of spring 2016 semester

Jay Wyngard, criminal justice sophomore, delivers her comedic performance during the SPC's Open Mic on Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Brian Davis, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2016

The Student Program Council’s second Open Mic of the semester featured a full slot of performers. The SPC held the Open Mic on Tuesday, Feb 9 at 12:15 p.m. in The Commons. The performers showcased singing and comedy skills to students, faculty and staff. Lindsay Payne, psychology freshman, was...

Poetry featured at SPC Open Mic

Layla Schmiedler reads a poem to students in The Commons during the SPC Open Mic on  Tuesday, Jan. 19.

Brian Davis, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2016

The Student Program Council’s Open Mic may have been missing more than half of the performers on Tuesday, Jan. 19, but that did not stop Richard Stottman, music junior and arts and entertainment organizer of the SPC, from setting up in The Commons at 12:15 p.m. Likewise, it did not deter Layla Schmiedler...