The Horizon

Temporary teachers strive for tenure and experience

Temporary teachers strive for tenure and experience

John Renfrow, Editor in Chief

March 20, 2019


Filed under Campus, Features

Robert “Bobby”  Wells begins his pirate class like any other teacher with orthodox greetings, attendance, slideshows and questions. From there, the class voyages everywhere from Viking-controlled waters of Europe to the tropical island of Tortuga in Haiti, searching for the fountain of youth and c...

Faculty mentors

Faculty mentors

Jordan Williams, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2015


Filed under Features, Top Stories

The course instructor enters the classroom and routinely greets the students scattered before them. Preliminary discussion points for the day are scribbled on the whiteboard with a fading marker and the only sounds to be heard are the rhythmic clicks of ballpoint pens accompanied by the faint hum of...

Opinion: Deciding on a major in school, not life

Opinion: Deciding on a major in school, not life

Chelsey Carr, News Editor

August 24, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Anxiety bubbles its way through my stomach as I await the next, inevitable question, "What’s your major?" As a direct admit to the School of Journalism at IU Bloomington my freshman year, life seemed golden. It was all planned out. However, once I discovered the abundance of majors, I began to question...

College — no place for easy A’s

IUS Horizon

October 21, 2012


Filed under Opinions

As students graduate high school and plan to take on the next milestone by attending college, some are often plagued with the naive belief that college will be the same as high school. For instance, in high school, some students may not have had to put much effort into achieving an A on a test, but,...