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Horizon wins big at Indiana Collegiate Press Association convention

Horizon wins big at Indiana Collegiate Press Association convention

Horizon Staff Reports

April 12, 2016

Twenty Indiana University Southeast journalism students and recent graduates collectively won 34 awards – including second place newspaper of the year – at the annual convention of the Indiana Collegiate Press Association on Saturday, April 9, in Indianapolis. All work was published in IU Southeast’s...

Flipping pages: a spring break reading list

Flipping pages: a spring break reading list

Rain Hopkins, Staff

March 20, 2015

Spring Break has arrived, and for many students that means road trips and sun and sand. But if you imagine your Spring Break looking a little more like binge-watching Netflix for a week straight, you might find a few book suggestions to be useful. Ten IU Southeast students have helped to create a “Spring...

A closer look at dealing with snow days

Rain Hopkins, Staff writer

March 11, 2015

When it comes to snow days, one may typically think of going sledding, building snowmen, watching Netflix for hours on end and drinking hot cocoa. Not often do we think of the less glamorous side of snow days-- the stuck cars, missed work days, slim paychecks and piled up homework-- but this snow day...

Treating your winter illness the natural way

Treating your winter illness the natural way

Rain Hopkins

February 11, 2015

Most students spend the few minutes before an exam studying, but psychology sophomore Autumn Hockenbury spent her few minutes vomiting up all she had eaten that day in a bathroom stall on campus. Hockenbury was so sick that she had to take a nap in her car before being able to make the drive home (obviously...

IUS hosts first Mr. & Mrs. IUS competition

IUS hosts first Mr. & Mrs. IUS competition

Rain Hopkins, Staff

February 6, 2015

Leadership, involvement, interest in school and a desire to give back-- these are all qualities, according to Vice President of The Dining Hall organization Somalia Pumphrey, that will ideally be found  in the first Mr. and Mrs. IUS. The idea came to The Dining Hall (also called TDH) when the group...

IUS Library hosts Bogarting Hogarth, the Jerry Springer of the Art Community

Rain Hopkins, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

Drunken orgys, defaced bibles and burning casinos-- these are just a few of the scandalous topics covered in William Hogarth’s artwork. “It’s just super juicy,” said David Spencer-Pierce, printmaking junior. Spencer-Pierce chose to curate a printmaking series based on the artist’s work...