The Horizon

Examining voter turnout patterns

Examining voter turnout patterns

Kristin Kennedy, Social Media Coordinator

November 2, 2015

During this year’s election, many citizens will stand in line to vote candidates into office. According to statistics, though, the lines may be short. Over the last couple of years, the statistics show fewer citizens 18 and older have been voting in recent general elections. Just over a third...

IU Southeast faculty run for New Albany City Council

IU Southeast faculty run for New Albany City Council

Jordan Williams, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015

When election day for New Albany’s city council arrives on Nov. 3, two members of IU Southeast’s faculty will be on the ballot. Cliff Staten, Professor of Political Science and International Studies, is running as the Democratic canidate for New Albany’s sixth district council seat, a district...

IUS promotes political activism

IUS Horizon

September 24, 2012

Students discovered how to become more involved and better informed in politics during “Constitution Day: Powering the Individual Citizen,” hosted by the IUS Civil Liberties Union. The event featured a panel of IUS political science professors and a representative from the American CLU of India...

Political slamming limits voter choice

IUS Horizon

August 27, 2012

              “I am a concerned citizen, and I approve this message.” During this political election, most media outlets — TV, radio, etc. — are bombarding viewers and listeners with messages about why or why not to vote for a par...

Open session offers candidate feedback

IUS Horizon

February 20, 2012

Residence Life and Housing is currently conducting a search to find a new director. In order to receive opinions from student residents, several open sessions were held in order to provide feedback about the candidates. Currently, there are three candidates seeking the position — Amanda Stonecipher,...