The Horizon

Not your normal freshman athlete

Not your normal freshman athlete

Somolia Pumphrey, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

Freshman Hannah Joly is from Floyd Central High School and is no stranger to the demands of being a student athlete. “She has the type of mentality where she would run through a brick wall,” Eric Brian, volleyball head coach, said. Joly has been playing volleyball since she was in seventh grade...

Theatre runs through her blood

IUS Horizon

November 8, 2008

Christe Lunsford, assistant professor of theater, has been in the entertainment business for much of her life and teaches students about stage craft at IU Southeast. This year is Lunsford’s second year at IU Southeast. She teaches stage craft, theater application and sound design. Her main classes are sta...

Professor molds his way to IUS

IUS Horizon

October 11, 2008

Brian Harper, assistant professor of fine arts, loves to see his students enjoy their work. “My favorite thing about this job is seeing students really getting into [ceramics],” Harper said. “Like Mike, pursuing beyond the classroom. It’s great.” Harper is in his first semester teaching ceramics at IU Southeast. He said he loves the d...

School of Business dean ready for success

IUS Horizon

September 20, 2008

Jay White, dean of the School of Business, wants the School of Business to keep getting recognized for their achievements. The School of Business was ranked nationally by Business Week for its part-time MBA program. “It was my first semester as dean and I was very proud. The School of Business ...

Holding down the house

IUS Horizon

September 5, 2008

Between attending classes, working for media services and being the only student representative for the IU Southeast’s diversity council, Deale Houston has a lot more responsibility to take on this year. Houston, graphic design and computer science sophomore, is the new community adviser for Forest...