The Horizon

GSA shows pride at Louisville parade

Members of the IU Southeast Gay-Straight Alliance showed their colors in the Kentuckiana Pride Parade June 14. Banner holders from left to right: Justin Armenta, psychology junior, Mallory Murphy, international business and marketing sophomore, Dylan Kidwell, English and French sophomore and GSA President, Calvin Barron, education sophomore, Geoff Hutton, vocal performance alumnus and Amanda Abell, general studies alumna.

Aprile Rickert

July 7, 2013

Members of the IU Southeast Gay-Straight Alliance gathered with nearly 1,000 others in downtown Louisville on June 14 to march in the Kentuckiana Pride Parade. The annual parade is part of the two-day Pride Festival that celebrates the diversity of members and friends of the LGBT community.  Many...

Students hash out marijuana laws

Students hash out marijuana laws

Hannah Ash

April 14, 2013

The third floor of the IUS Library was packed as 135 students participated in a discussion about marijuana legalization during the IUS Civil Liberty Union’s Spring Forum on Thurs., April 11. During the forum, four panel members discussed different aspects of the marijuana legalization issue and...

Grenadiers enter home stretch

Joey Harness, senior pitcher, throws a pitch during the Grenadiers’ game against the Alice Lloyd Eagles on April 5. During the weekend, the Grenadiers played four games against the Eagles, and went on to win three of the four. During the first two games, the Grenadiers held strong and Alice Lloyd was not able to score a single run in either game.

Nic Britton

April 14, 2013

The baseball season may be in its final weeks, but the Grenadiers still have plenty of steam left. The team had a strong weekend April 5-7, blazing the competition in five of the six games played. The team won three of their four games against the Alice Lloyd Eagles, and was undefeated against the Saint Francis Cougars. These victories helped offset the rocky...

College: A bridge between two states

College: A bridge between two states

IUS Horizon

April 14, 2013

Ga-Ga for Eva

Ga-Ga for Eva

IUS Horizon

April 14, 2013

Whether someone is making a statement or just throwing an outfit together, people tend to judge appearance before personality. People frequently approach Evangeline Flowers, fine arts freshman, because of her fashion sense. Some students might mistake Flowers as popular recording artist Lady GaGa...