The Horizon

How sustainable is the model of your smartphone?

How sustainable is the model of your smartphone?

Marc Andry, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinions

Smartphones are almost a necessity in today’s society, but how long do they really last? The responsibility of sustaining a smartphone partially falls on the user for taking care of it, but also to the manufacturer for continually supporting it. A smartphone is usually considered useless when it’s broken or...

Are Smartphones Hurting our Health and Happiness?

Are Smartphones Hurting our Health and Happiness?

Meleena Richardson, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018


Filed under Features

Angie Munoz, a primary education sophomore at IU Southeast, begins her phone ritual from the moment her eyes open in the morning until they close at night. “Checking my phone is literally the first thing I do in the morning,” Munoz said. “Sometimes I even fall asleep on my phone watching Netfl...

Planner going green, printing getting lean

Planner going green, printing getting lean

Katie Casper, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2015


Filed under Campus, News

Two big changes that have taken place this fall are the switch to the student digital planners and the decrease in printing allotments. Due to a budget cut of 35 percent, the free student planners provided by the university have been moved online. Printing allotments have also changed on all IU campuses....