The Horizon

Hey, IUS, please give us the hazing investigation records we requested

Hey, IUS, please give us the hazing investigation records we requested

The Horizon Editorial Board

November 18, 2019

Interviews with many members of IUS student organizations and the dean of campus life have revealed IU Southeast is aware of student hazing complaints and has investigated such claims multiple times over the past 10 years. Two weeks ago, The Horizon requested public records relating to allegations...

An International Student’s Hope for a Better Education

An International Student’s Hope for a Better Education

Connor Edrington, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2017

IU Southeast educates many different students from all over the world. The life of a student can already be a challenging and rewarding process when the student is in their home country, let alone, from another part of the world. According to the Pew Research Center, In the year 2013 there were 1.8 million Af...

Alcohol education session occurs on campus

Alcohol education session occurs on campus

Connor Edrington, Staff Reporter

February 18, 2016

In Hillside Hall, students could learn about the dangers of something that can impact their entire college experience. Students attended an alcohol education session to get information about the dangers of drinking and steps to take when drinking. The session occurred from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Frida...

Sexual assault: Bystander prevention, education and changing the social narrative

Sexual assault: Bystander prevention, education and changing the social narrative

Paige Thompson, Managing Editor

November 16, 2015

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, Audra Dowling, assistant director of residence life, asked passing students to make a pledge against sexual violence by signing their name and what made them "IUStrong," as a part of week of action for the It’s On Us campaign. Dowling said that one of the main goals of the...

Planner going green, printing getting lean

Planner going green, printing getting lean

Katie Casper, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2015

Two big changes that have taken place this fall are the switch to the student digital planners and the decrease in printing allotments. Due to a budget cut of 35 percent, the free student planners provided by the university have been moved online. Printing allotments have also changed on all IU campuses....

SGA discusses upcoming event and swears in new senator

SGA discusses upcoming event and swears in new senator

Kristin Kennedy

January 18, 2015

During the first Student Government Association meeting of the semester at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 15, the members discussed the possibility of hosting an event during homecoming week. According to Bill 52-05, the event would occur on Wednesday, Feb. 11 from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in The Commons. Students...

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Chancellor Ray Wallace and other IUS administrators take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Laura Hubrich, Staff

October 1, 2014

IU Southeast held it's own ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Oct. 1 2014 in UC North. Chancellor Ray Wallace, who was challenged by Vice Chancellor Jason Meriwether, asked student organizations to participate. The student organization with the most money raised got to pour the ice bucket on Chancellor Wallac...

New dean of Student Life leads change

IUS Horizon

September 13, 2008

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that things are changing at IU Southeast, and Seuth Chaleunphonh, the new dean of Student Life, is making sure of that. Chaleunphonh has taken on his new position with high hopes for the future. As dean of Student Life, he has taken on the responsibilities of the old director of Ca...