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From part-time work study to full-time career

From part-time work study to full-time career

Tessa Arnold, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2019


Filed under Campus, Features

In the fall of 1979, Kim Roberson was seeking a part-time student job to pay for tuition and books. She went into the Bursar’s office after hearing they were looking for a student employee, but she had no luck. The next day, Oct. 9, her birthday, they called her and said “We can give you two ...

Better Writing on Campus

Better Writing on Campus

Morgan Wooden, Staff Writer

September 19, 2016


Filed under Features, Top Stories

The lights are low and the sounds of music waft around the room. Peaceful beach scenes play on the surrounding computer screens. A stark contrast to the construction currently happening just outside the front doors of Knobview Hall, a tranquil and collected environment is set in the Writing Center at...

Uncertain beginnings lead to significant moments

IUS Horizon

December 3, 2012


Filed under Opinions

The hardest part is knowing where to begin. I struggled with this difficulty in almost every story I have written for The Horizon. Although some stories lent themselves to easier beginnings than others, finding the most important lead in order to attract readers is something I devote considerab...