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Dragon Age and the Reality of Religion

Dragon Age and the Reality of Religion

Madison A. Miller April 24, 2023

What if Christianity was founded by Joan of Arc instead of Jesus? What if the Greek gods were just powerful demigods who ruled over people? What if ancient Sumerian gods were plague bearers who spread...

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Swifting Through Taylor’s Discography

Alyssa Hill March 1, 2023

It has been four months, one week, four days, and sixteen hours since Taylor Swift released her Midnights album, and I’m still disappointed in it. I had hoped that time would heal my wounds, but no....

The identity crisis of The Book of Boba Fett

The identity crisis of “The Book of Boba Fett”

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter February 25, 2022

Boba Fett, a name that strikes fear into his bounties, a name that even Sith Lords know, but most of all, a name that every Star Wars fan knows. Disney finally gave Boba Fett his own show and it is...

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Actors Theatre of Louisville’s “Every Brilliant Thing” tackles tragedy with poise

Gracie Vanover, Editor-in-Chief February 11, 2022

Gracie Vanover is a junior and journalism major at Indiana University Southeast where she is editor of The Horizon newspaper. Vanover reviewed “Every Brilliant Thing” as a reporter in the Arts Bureau...

Horizon columnist reviews new Forza Horizon 5

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter December 1, 2021

When it comes to an open-world experience in an all-wheel or rear-wheel drive two-ton machine, no one does it better than Forza. With over 10 million players already in the game, Xbox Studios has hit the...

Pikmin Bloom pollinates app stores with new adventures

Pikmin Bloom pollinates app stores with new adventures

Sam Haney, Art & Graphics Editor November 13, 2021

A new Nintendo app craze hit the app store this month.  From the developers who made Pokemon Go, Niantic has pushed out Pikmin Bloom. This app is a mixture of Pokemon Go and the series Pikmin, all...

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