The Horizon

Illuminating awareness

Illuminating awareness

Hannah Foreman, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2015

Martina Andrews lit her candle and passed the light around until all the candles were lit. Everyone bowed their heads as Andrews said a silent prayer. Zeta Phi Beta held a candlelight vigil for breast cancer awareness. Each of the women held a candle and shared their experiences with breast cancer. Martina...

Video: 2013 Tennis Preview

Tanner Ives

September 5, 2013

IU Southeast's tennis men's head coach and women's assistant coach, Yancey Walters talks about the 2013 season. The tennis season is underway and coach Walters expects both teams to have great seasons. We discussed the amount of freshman and sophomores on the men's team and his expectations. HE a...

Deliberating moderator conduct

IUS Horizon

October 21, 2012

The role of moderators has become a severely debated issue during the 2012 presidential election. Numerous questions continue to rise after the recent 2012 debates between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney, not about their stance on issues, but how well the moderators performed their jo...

Women live in fear

IUS Horizon

September 27, 2008

We are a nation that thrives on fear. In the Michael Moore film “Bowling for Columbine” the director walks down a suburban street in Canada, randomly entering people’s homes. He is able to do this because first, he’s got some cajones, and second, because the citizenry is perfectly comfortable...