The Horizon

Speaker cautions students against online exposure

IUS Horizon

November 3, 2010

C.L. Lindsay, attorney, author and speaker, visited IU Southeast to discuss campus computing and potential legal problems students face. Lindsay is the founder and executive director of CO-STAR, the Coalition for Student and Academic Rights. CO-STAR is a national, non-profit student rights organization...

Seminar connects social networking, career opportunities

IUS Horizon

November 3, 2010

Students gathered in  University Center, room 122, to learn how to use social networking and make connections for careers. Jim Kanning and Lynn Prinz, directors of Career Services, presented “Digital Social Networking.” The seminar was sponsored by the Veteran’s Program, Career Services and the Intern to Earn p...

Rally to Restore Sanity: 10:46 a.m.

IUS Horizon

October 30, 2010

10:45 a.m. - We went to the subway then had to return to the hotel because we (read Matt) forgot the camera. On to the subway. Still haven't met up with profile editor, Leah Tate. She is waiting for us in Chinatown. --- 8:45 a.m. - We're about to meet up with Horizon profile editor Leah Tate. --- 12:45...

The Horizon Newscast, October 25, 2010

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

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Contractor hits gas line; leak quickly repaired

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

The New Albany Fire Department was called to IU Southeast because a gas line was hit behind the Koetter Softball Sports Complex. On Oct. 20, a subcontractor working for Insight Communications was running fibers on the telephone poles and drilling an anchor for each pole where the lines were  placed. Aro...

Plagiarism workshop warns students

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

A plagiarism workshop, “The Value of Academic Honesty,” hosted by the Writing Help Center and the IUS Library, warned students against the perils of plagiarism and the benefits of academic honesty. The workshop was on Oct. 15. “We want to help students understand what plagiarism is and how not...

Student values family more after niece accidently shot

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

A gunshot wound to the head of a 5-year-old girl is something many would consider to be a nightmare. For Evan Gaubatz, communication and advertising senior, that nightmare became a reality when her niece, Azaria Gaubatz, was shot in the head with a .22 caliber revolver at the hands of a 7-year-old boy. E...

Blotter: Three students caught smoking marijuana

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

Oct. 20 at 10:31 p.m. Three male IUS students were observed on video surveillance standing by a car and acting suspicious. An IUS Police officer went out to the Magnolia Parking Lot to investigate. The three students had been smoking marijuana. Andre D. Sherman, 18, was arrested by court summons fo...

Lady Trailblazers cut through Grenadiers

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

The IUS Women’s Basketball team had its first scrimmage of the season against visiting Vincennes University on Oct. 20 in the Activities Building. The scrimmage consisted of two 20-minute halves, with a five-minute halftime. Vincennes University won both halves by a score of 38-22 in the first half and 42-30 in the s...

Grenadiers eyeing championship

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

The season is about to begin for the IUS Men’s Basketball team.  The Grenadiers will play against St. Catherine College for their first game of the year on Nov. 2. The recent past has been littered with successes for the Grenadiers. Each of the last three years, IUS Men’s Basketball won the Kentucky...

Left wing’s outlook of tea party, GOP vampires

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

Among the swirl of red Todd Young T-shirts, white-haired old ladies and overweight men stretching denim to its finest fiber, I stood out like a hand grenade in a field of daisies. The Clark County Tea Party Patriots are fed up. They’re coordinating their efforts, and I couldn’t help but attend on...

Conservative look at new views, Tea Party

IUS Horizon

October 24, 2010

With only days away until the elections, Americans are gearing up for probably the most historical and important election in decades. Why is this election so special? For the first time in awhile, a third party has successfully squeezed its way into the notorious American two-party electoral system,...