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The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

The student news site of Indiana University Southeast

The Horizon

Animal Adoption:  How four-legged friends became lifelines to humans

Animal Adoption: How four-legged friends became lifelines to humans

Imagine being a puppy confined in a shelter. You’re isolated, watching humans come and go. One of them coaxes yet another whimpering dog into a nearby kennel. The two of you are part of a growing...

Embedded: The Untold Story of First Generation Students

Mackenzie Kaskie, Contributor May 3, 2021

Hello, fellow Grenadiers! This story is for those of you who have dealt with the same circumstances and the same struggles: Silence, strife, and survival. When I applied to college as a first-generation...

A Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure inspired mural outside Rec Bar 812. Like the interior, the exterior of the bar is covered in references to pop culture icons and cult classic films. Photo by Garland Noel.

Students, staff recommend their favorite hangout spots, restaurants near IUS

Garland Noel and Aubryn Crotchett May 2, 2021

With Indiana lifting their mask mandate, IU Southeast signaling a return to “normal” this semester, and vaccinations increasing, students new and old will be returning to campus for classes and maybe...

Graphic by Garland Noel.

IUS student housing planning for return to activities, socialization in the fall 2021 semester

Garland Noel and Aubryn Crotchett May 2, 2021

The halls of Meadow Lodge are dead quiet, and the communal great room is completely devoid of people, despite the mid-day sun streaming through the windows and the number of comfortable chairs strewn about...

Graphic by Garland Noel.

IUS staff, administration hopeful to resume “normal” functions in Fall 2021, prospective students in suspense

Garland Noel, Staff Reporter May 2, 2021

After a senior year of hybrid schooling at Floyd Central High School, Aidan Dethy sits at his computer, plugging away at his freshman class schedule before his first semester at IU Southeast. All of his...

80/20 at Kaelin’s in a local landmark in the Highlands area of Louisville, with a beautiful view of the neighborhood and an old school diner aesthetic. The building was first turned into a restaurant in 1934 by a local couple and has been home to a few firsts in Kentucky’s history. Photo by Garland Noel.

IUS Horizon seniors share their favorite places to relax, hangout in Kentuckiana

Garland Noel and Aubryn Crotchett May 2, 2021

Even after four or more years on campus, it’s nearly impossible for even IUS seniors to know all the best spots off campus, especially after the toll COVID has taken on nearby businesses and attractions...

Graphic by Garland Noel.

How students can find alternative housing options near campus

Aubryn Crotchett, Staff Reporter May 2, 2021

As more students return to campus, there is a possibility that residence housing could fill quickly. For those who would like a backup to residence housing or want to skip the residence housing experience...

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash.

You are not alone: A guide to a successful study abroad experience at IUS

Maho Sato, Contributor May 1, 2021

The American Dream might be an obsolete expression used to describe the possibilities and opportunities that American society offered for those moving into the country seeking advanced social mobility....

Graphic by Kat Lynn.

Non-Traditional Students Make Their Mark

Jamie Krueger and Kat Lynn April 30, 2021

IU Southeast welcomes over 4,000 students every year, but not all of those attending classes are your average student. Adult students make up roughly 22.7% of IU Southeast’s undergraduate population,...

IUSs First Generation Students

IUS’s First Generation Students

Skyler Switzer, Contributor April 30, 2021

Doing things for the first time in our lives is always a little scary. Whether it be a first kiss, your first job, your first adult purchase or even trying sushi for the first time, these things always...

David Domine (right) and a group of his students eat at a restaurant in Munich, Germany on the Paris-Munich KIIS winter trip. Photo provided by David Domine.

Guten Tag, Grenadiers: The benefits and advantages of taking German at IUS

Sydney Randall and Caleb Stultz April 30, 2021

Imagine living in a German-speaking country like Germany, Austria or Switzerland and making a previously unknown country your home and flawlessly blending in with the locals. Now imagine immersing yourself...

IUS Spanish professor Mindy Badia (right) poses in the classroom with two of her students. Photo provided by Mindy Badia.

Mucho gusto, Grenadiers: Why students should consider taking Spanish at IUS

Sydney Randall and Caleb Stultz April 30, 2021

A young woman once took a trip to Madrid, not knowing the adventure that awaited her. While visiting an old friend, she was whisked away on a journey to help find her friend’s father. She traveled to...

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