The Horizon

Dealing with harassment on campus

A Blue Light Phone located in the Evergreen West Lot in front of the Library is one of several emergency phones available throughout campus. The phone lines are directly linked to the University Police and the light on top of the pole will come on when it is activated.

Jordan Gregg, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2019

IUPD has issued three crime notice disclosures related to stalking and harassment this semester. The IUS Police Department provides assistance and resources for students who have concerns regarding their safety or any other issues they face either on or off campus. An open door policy is emphasized...

IUS Releases Clery Act Numbers

The “Hope’s Harbor” sculpture sits in front of Knobview Hall and the Ogle Center. File photo by Bryce Shreve.

Bryce Shreve, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2018

One incident of rape and three incidents of dating violence were reported on the IUS campus in 2017, according to data from the Clery Act report released earlier this month. Indiana University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report contains detailed information required by the Clery Act. A wide range of crimes are reported — rape, arson, dating violence, drug/a...

Active Shooting and Professors

The police department are always available to address any concerns.

Dante Mills, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2018

IU Southeast Doubles Down on Active Shooter Training School shootings have been taking up headlines more frequently in the past few years. The Indiana University Police Department, or IUPD, is taking steps to ensure that IU Southeast is prepared in the event of an active shooting. IU Sout...

Greek Law Educates Students on Sexual Assault Prevention

Students attended the seminar on sexual assault prevention.

Tessa Arnold, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2018

Joey Wilkerson, a third year graduate law student at the University of Louisville, and Georgia Turner, a University of Louisville law alumnus have been doing this seminar for 3 years. The pair travel to different universities to speak about consent, sexual assault prevention and bystander education...


John Renfrow, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2017

A cry for a greener future could be the spark in influencing a generation to get behind technological education. Physical textbooks can be a weight in one’s bag, causing strain on a stressed student’s shoulders, and the prices for textbooks could cause students to easily slip into debt. To avoid...

Senior art exhibit brightens the IUS campus

Savannah Goerres is a Drawing major, who also enjoys crocheting and knitting in her free time. When asked what art it, her reply was, “It gives a voice to people who don’t necessarily have a way to speak and express themselves.” Photo by Beth Hunter.

Beth Hunter, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017

Senior year is an exciting time for college students. Seniors in the Art Department got the opportunity to showcase their work to the community in the IU Southeast Graduating Class Open Studio Weekend. The gallery, located all through Knobview Hall, included twenty-five studios where the artists were...

“I was Steve Jobs’ boss.”

Joshua Roy and Connor Edrington

November 14, 2017

“Habits destroy brain cells, new experiences create them,” began Nolan Bushnell as he encouraged a sold out auditorium. Bushnell, known widely as the “father of video games” spoke at the Ogle Center about his time at Atari and his thoughts on what the future of technology holds. “The st...

Benefits of Multilingualism

Professor Zink demonstrated to her students the conjunctions within the Spanish language as they study for their upcoming exams.

Candace Leilani, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2017

Colleges across the United States require students to undertake a certain amount of credits toward a foreign language. Those who take a foreign language discover that acquiring the skills to speak a second – if not third – language give a new aspect on life and what it may bring. One of the to...