The Horizon

Doughnuts a big draw at Harvest Homecoming

Aprile Rickert, Editor-in-chief

October 20, 2014

Harvest Homecoming, an annual community festival in New Albany, Ind., brings in people from all over southern Indiana and the Louisville metro area each year. Many come for the food, and on this cloudy first afternoon of the festival, the New Albany Masonic Temple doughnut both had the longest line,...

University Commons: off-campus apartments scheduled to open by January 2015

University Commons: off-campus apartments scheduled to open by January 2015

Rain Hopkins, Staff

September 28, 2014

Trendy white sofas, warm lighting and a huge orange, spiral slide leading from the second to the first floor. This is the view from inside APi Construction Management’s office building. From the outside, ordinary industrial park warehouse building. On the inside, super glam retro playhouse. APi ...

The Road to independence

Laura Hubrich, Staff

September 14, 2014

Moving out, whether it’s from a parents’ home or a residence hall, can be stressful on some young adults. However, it can also be a fun, new experience. No matter the reason for moving out, a common theme among many college students is independence. Jon Larmee, communications sophomore, is planning...

Shop, dine and discover downtown New Albany

Shop, dine and discover downtown New Albany

Secoy Richey, Staff

September 12, 2014

Tonight, those planning to venture to downtown New Albany can expect quite a few local stores and boutiques to keep their lights on later than normal for Night Out New Albany. This event, which happens the second Friday of every month, except October, was started in May by local business owners who want...

Ray Wallace named chancellor

Ray Wallace named chancellor

Hannah Ash and Jims Porter

March 12, 2014

President Michael A. McRobbie has announced Ray Wallace to be chancellor of IU Southeast, subject to approval of the IU Board of Trustees. Wallace will come to IU Southeast from University of Arkansas-Fort Smith, where he currently serves as provost and senior vice chancellor. Wallace was one of...

UPDATE: IU Southeast classes canceled on Saturday, Dec. 7

UPDATE: IU Southeast classes canceled on Saturday, Dec. 7

IUS Horizon

December 6, 2013

UPDATE (8:30 a.m., Dec. 7, 2013): Classes on Saturday, Dec. 7 are canceled, according to a IU Notify alert. UPDATE (9:47 p.m., Dec. 6, 2013): IU Notify just announced that there will be a two-hour delay on Saturday, Dec. 7. That means morning classes meet from 10 a.m. to noon, and afternoon cl...

History professor surprised by Sagamore of the Wabash award

History professor surprised by Sagamore of the Wabash award

Joel Stinnett

October 25, 2013

Carl Kramer, adjunct assistant professor of history, began his US history class planning to lecture as usual.  Those plans changed when Indiana State Senator Jim Smith unexpectedly walked in the door and interrupted the instructor of 34 years. “You could tell he wasn’t sure what was about to ...

CycLOUvia gives riders, pedestrians the right-of-way

CycLOUvia gives riders, pedestrians the right-of-way

Thomas McAndrews

October 20, 2013

What would the streets be like without cars and buses? CycLOUvia in Louisville offered a glimpse as Bardstown Rd. was closed to traffic Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013 to offer space for bicycles and pedestrians. Three miles of road, from Broadway to Douglas Blvd. were closed from 2pm until 6pm to allow the public...

TARC goes the extra mile

TARC goes the extra mile

Angestasia Grover

October 12, 2013

TARC buses have gone the extra mile to satisfy commuting passengers with their million-dollar updates. According to TARC’s website, TARC has been given a $30 million investment, $20 million of which is provided by the Ohio River Bridges Project. Up until 2017 those investments are being used to...