The Horizon

IU Southeast’s concert choir takes a new twist

IU Southeast’s concert choir takes a new twist

Hannah Powell, Staff Reporter April 26, 2022

Many performances have been directed in the past at IUS. But recently, the concert choir’s self-directed performance had a new twist.  The IUS concert choir, made up entirely of students, created...

Wayward Blue Jays will be nesting in your playlists

Wayward Blue Jays will be nesting in your playlists

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter April 20, 2022

During the pandemic, many people were locked in their homes, but a group of college students started making music to help get them through it. This is how Wayward Blue Jays started. The members would...

Photo of Dannon Olsen by Maho Sato. Photo of Sabrina Rashid provided by her.

Get to know your SGA President and Vice President

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter April 11, 2022

From replacing outdoor basketball goals to getting food trucks on campus, the Student Government Association (SGA) works to make IU Southeast a better place for students. Comprised of three branches,...

IU Southeast hosts virtual Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence event for faculty

IU Southeast hosts virtual Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence event for faculty

Hannah Powell, Staff Reporter April 4, 2022

It can be difficult for professors to build positive, honest relationships with their students, especially during a pandemic. The Institute for Learning & Teaching Excellence (ILTE) helps to combat...

Two college-age locals turn vintage into business

Two college-age locals turn vintage into business

Erik Hackman, Staff Reporter February 11, 2022

While shopping for vintage clothing can be an expensive hobby, there are affordable alternatives for students right here in New Albany.  Run by two local college-age owners, 812 Vintage and The...

IU Southeast community unsure of feelings for Omicron variant

IU Southeast community unsure of feelings for Omicron variant

Hannah Powell, Staff Reporter February 7, 2022

Since the rise of COVID-19, mandates and vaccines have been put in place to mitigate the spread, however, the Omicron variant has rapidly spread, affecting activity on campus. The IUS community has...

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Ken Jennings’ arrival excites IUS

Thomas Kalonji, Staff Reporter November 3, 2021

He used to find the answer to the question behind the screen, but now ‘Jeopardy!’ champ Ken Jennings is coming to IUS to tell students and staff what was happening behind the scenes. And his arrival...

Karen Richie, who is the Care Management Manager, is in charge of the Grenadier Grab n Go. No matter where you are in life any and all are welcome to take what they need she said.

Grenadier Grab ‘n Go, a free pantry service, available to IUS community

Skyler Switzer, Staff Reporter November 1, 2021

When an IUS student was struggling to keep up their grades in 2015, a concerned staff member checked in A cascade of need came pouring out.  The student revealed they had just lost their job and...

Student Ben-Shalom holds up the 60th anniversary edition of IUS’s The Horizon

Outside influences hinder IUS celebration

Caleb Stultz, Staff Reporter October 20, 2021

Why is no one talking about Indiana University Southeast’s 80th anniversary? COVID-19, Chancellor Ray Wallace’s death and budgeting issues may be to blame. Jon Pollock, manager of special events...

IUS offers free counseling for struggling students

IUS offers free counseling for struggling students

Skyler Switzer, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

College can be very overwhelming and many students struggle with mental health, but at IUS, students can access free counseling services. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), located in University...

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Born on 9/11: One IUS student can never forget

Allie Bedell, Staff Reporter September 11, 2021

Sept. 11, 2001, is a day of mourning across the nation.  For sophomore Amaya Muñoz, it’s also a day of mixed emotions. Because it’s her birthday. Muñoz is one of many people who were born...

The NAIA passed legislation on October 7, allowing student-athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness.

NAIA passes legislation allowing student-athletes to be compensated for name, image, and likeness

Brandon Miniard, Sports Editor October 9, 2020

On October 7, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) passed groundbreaking legislation, allowing student-athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness (NIL), making...

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