The Horizon

Academic assets: Minors and internships

Shane Thomas, director of the Advising Center for Exploratory Students (ACES), sits in his office on the second floor of University Center.

Anna Smith, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2019

Minors and internships are two academic resources that can benefit students after they graduate and enter the job market. When planning class schedules and working toward career goals, students often question whether to pursue a minor or apply for an internship. While every degree at IU Southeast...

Faces of IUS

Faces of IUS

Anna Smith, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

Hannah attended IU for two years and has been at IU Southeast for the last few years. “I like the small classes. You get to know your teachers and all the students and it is easy to meet people and study and know they are all working towards the same goal as you.” She is not sure what she wi...

Club Spotlight: English Club

Club Spotlight: English Club

Natalie Allen, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

For several years, the existence and composition of the IUS English Club varied depending on the semester. At times it had multiple members and other times it had none. This semester, two students set out to change that. English Club President Mackenzi Petri and Vice-President Marissa Ellis were...

Student, supervisor, professor

Matthew Goldberg, adjunct history professor at IU Southeast, sits in the University Grounds Coffee Shop, enjoying a cup of coffee and a book as he takes a moment to relax from his hectic schedule.

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

Coffee shops are common places professors and students go to finish their work while enjoying a hot cup of coffee after a long day on campus. The same can be said for Matthew Goldberg, an adjunct professor at IU Southeast. He takes this short time in the coffee shop for himself, relaxing from the...

Banned Books Week

The Banned Books display located in the IUS library features titles including

Sierra Cullins, Staff Reporter

September 22, 2019

The IUS Library will begin its celebration of Banned Books Week September 22. The annual celebration highlights the value of free and open access to information. According to David Grogan, director of advocacy and public policy for the American Booksellers Association, Banned Books Week “brings...

New school, new beginnings

Cody Jones, a sophomore transfer student previously from Jefferson Community and Technical College, said it was easy fitting in at IU Southeast.

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

The start of a new school year means a new crop of students. Most individuals think of a new student as an 18-year-old freshman who is starting college for the very first time. Occasionally, that new student is not a freshman—they are a transfer student. Starting over at a brand new college as a...

Most popular degrees at IU Southeast

Brandon Visetchaisri, 19, is reviewing the song 'A Days Gone By' to further his understanding in music education.

Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

There are six undergraduate schools at the university. These include the School of Arts and Letters, School of Business, School of Education, School of Natural Sciences, School of Nursing and the School of Social Sciences.  IU Southeast also offers graduate studies in the Schools of Arts and Lett...

Club Spotlight: Animal Rights Club

Club Spotlight: Animal Rights Club

Beth Hunter, Content Editor

September 3, 2019

The issue of animal rights is growing in popularity. Many people may want to make a lifestyle change to eat with animal rights in mind, but the passion to do so is not widespread. For graphic design freshman Madison Phillips, her passion is helping animals. Phillips has been an animal lover for...

Recbar 812 powering up downtown New Albany

Photo illustration provided by Corey Sims.

Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor

September 3, 2019

New Albany’s Pearl Street will soon be home to an expansion of Louisville’s popular arcade-bar known as Recbar. The New Albany Recbar location will occupy more than double the square footage of its Louisville location. Founder and owner Corey Sims plans on housing over 200 games at Recbar 812,...

Flow and play in Louisville’s flow art family

Benjamin Lacy (Benjamin Dragon) spins fire poi at Cherokee Park during a Tuesday evening flow jam.

Mac Aubrey, Tessa Arnold, and Jayla Rose

September 3, 2019

Down by the waterfront, off River Road in Louisville, adults and teenagers alike can be found dancing around with hula hoops, staffs and other objects that might look like circus instruments if you’re not familiar with the flow arts. Intertwined between the worlds of vaudeville and burlesque, flow ...

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Visiting geosciences professor ‘explores’ career at IUS

Bryce Shreve, Managing Editor

September 3, 2019

Jeremy Weremeichik’s passion for geology began in his high school earth science class, where his teacher led the class through a tour of a cave in upstate New York. Weremeichik and his peers waded through water almost reaching their waists, navigating a wild cave, which is a cave without conventional...

Multi-platinum sound engineer to speak at the Kentucky Center

Photo provided by Joe Moore.

John Renfrow, Contributing Reporter

July 29, 2019

Born as Finis White in Lexington, the now multi-platinum sound engineer “KY” (pronounced kay-why) is one of a select few names of hip hop pioneers from Kentucky making it on the biggest stage. The Kentucky native is coming to the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville on July 3...