The Horizon

Married IUS students both pursuing business majors

Married IUS students both pursuing business majors

Anna Smith, Staff Reporter

December 1, 2019

Gaven and Rocio Lozada-Smith met by chance while Rocio was out shopping with her family. After that serendipitous encounter, she quickly got in contact with Gaven through a mutual friend. The Lozada-Smiths are now married and both pursuing degrees in the School of Business. “We clicked quickly and...

Move-in day

Move-in day

Joseph Kauffman, Features Editor

August 24, 2015

As morning became day, cars poured onto campus, filling the lodge parking lots to the brim. Students, some old and some new, exited the vehicles with the various clothes, furniture, electronics, and decorative items meant to make their dorm room feel like home. It was Move-In Day. Move-In Day is...

From the country, like it that way

IUS Horizon

February 3, 2013

Education, responsibility crucial for gun safety I am a country girl. I was raised out in the country of Orange County, Ind., by two very strong-willed, strict and traditional parents. But I would not have changed that for the world. See, I was taught responsibility and respect from a very e...

Farmer’s daughter influenced by life’s travels

IUS Horizon

November 25, 2012

Most students think of two things when it comes to the first day of classes: syllabuses and self-introductions. For many, reading the syllabus is the easy part, and coming up with something interesting to say is not. For lack of better alternatives, most end up just blurting out that they have a...

Student finds fulfillment through fraternity, family values

IUS Horizon

October 14, 2012

Joe Voss, music business junior, is a trumpet and keyboard player, actor, secretary for Pike fraternity and is from a family of 15. Voss said he has played the trumpet for 13 years and the keyboard for three years. “I got interested in music when I was 8 or 9,” Voss said. “My family is ...

Mardi Gras gives student chance to see family

IUS Horizon

March 18, 2011

For one day a year, people who live all across the United States and some parts of the world are encouraged to indulge in Marti Gras with food and drink while collecting multitudes of beaded necklaces and partying for hours on end. For Brittany Sharpless, secondary education senior, it’s not just about the parade and festivities — it’s about spending ...

Japan disaster worries IUS student about family

IUS Horizon

March 18, 2011

With new technology, it has become easier to keep in touch online. Alisa Hamilton, English junior, took advantage of new technology during the recent disaster in Japan. She was born in Okinawa, Japan, and although she has lived in the United States for some time, her immediate family, including parents, brothers and sisters, still live there...