The Horizon

The Struggle of the Adjunct

Haley Warwick, News Editor

April 13, 2015

Go teach two classes at University A. Rush from your last class and teach two more at University B. Then grade, grade, grade. Go to bed. Wake up hours later and grade some more. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Though a slight exaggeration, this is the life of some adjunct instructors, who teach classes at ...

Learning from lockdowns

Police blocked the entrances to Indiana University Southeast after reports of a gunman on campus Thursday afternoon. The false alarm, which was actually a large umbrella in a camouflage backpack, was cleared after about an hour long sweep across campus. Photo by Tyler Stewart/News and Tribune (used with permission).

Aprile Rickert, Editor-in-Chief

September 20, 2014

On the afternoon of Sept. 11, the IU Southeast campus was shaken out of the drizzly day with an alert of an armed person on campus. A student had seen someone walking out of University Center South with what appeared to be part of a weapon sticking out from his camoflague backpack. The student repor...