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5 ways IU Southeast can support students of color and their mental health

Chabeli Araujo-Hernandez and Ericia Henry June 1, 2021

There is a small percentage of students of color on campus at IU Southeast and the university still lacks culturally diverse mental health professionals within the resources that are provided to them on...

Graphic by Janelle Amy.

5 reasons why students with depression don’t seek help

Janelle Amy, Amaya Hollins, and Kenneth Mudd June 1, 2021

An overall decline in mental health is on the rise due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students with depression are among those facing a decline in their mental health. Despite needing or wanting to seek help,...

Public relations senior Maggie Klein poses plants and her childhood gifts together on one bookshelf as a means of organizing special spaces to enjoy in her home.

5 ways to cope with overwhelming feelings

Calyb Bentley, Emma Day, and Maggie Klein June 1, 2021

A lot of students have overwhelming thoughts. But what do they look like? Maybe racing thoughts, fear of failure or the inability to start and finish a task. Feeling stressed? Tired? Maybe you’re...

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8 ways to improve your mental health: LGBTQ+ edition

Kristen Fallon, Dustin Kiefer, and Sarah Magin June 1, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a mentally challenging time for many people. Because of quarantine and social distancing, these mental challenges have been even more difficult to handle, and the mental...

“Bittersweet Hard Candy” brings levity to mundanity, isolation

“Bittersweet Hard Candy” brings levity to mundanity, isolation

IUS Theatre’s first mainstage production post-quarantine inspires laughs without skimping on emotional depth
Garland Noel, Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

After a year of uncertainty, IU Southeast’s Robinson Stage is finally back in full swing with its first student-produced show in at least a decade.  Directed by Ashley Wallace and written by theatre...

College students are struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic

College students are struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Many college students still are not eligible for benefits directly from the stimulus packages
Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter March 18, 2021

College students have been hit financially during the COVID-19 pandemic and some students have not received any of the stimulus money packages from the government. 70% of college students lost some...

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Many firsts for the NFL will positively affect young women’s sports

Super Bowl referee Sarah Thomas and many other women with the NFL are making a scene in women’s sports, encouraging the lives of female athletes all across the country
Rachel Miller, Staff Reporter February 18, 2021

Women all over the country have been making themselves heard in the name of equality, but the visibility of women in the sports industry has had a much slower progression. According to the University of...

Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons is one of the actors in the film. She envisioned the

“When We Gather: Together” a new film to inspire women

“When We Gather: Together,” is an art film that is inspired by Vice President Kamala Harris and her new role in office.
Allie Bedell, Staff Reporter February 1, 2021

Vice President Kamala Harris is honored with a new art film created by Codie Elaine to show the cleansing of the White House. It is called “When We Gather: Together” and is based on the unity of women...

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” brings comedic twists to IU Southeast Theater Department’s 2019-2020 season

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” brings comedic twists to IU Southeast Theater Department’s 2019-2020 season

IUS theater department’s latest performance of the season is a comedic play written by Christopher Durang
Sydney Randall, News Editor February 26, 2020

IU Southeast Theater Department’s production of “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” brought comedy, Chekhov references and great characterization to the stage when performances began running in...

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Derby Dinner Playhouse fires up audience with a “Disco Inferno,” dances the night away during its production of “Saturday Night Fever”

The dinner theater continued its season with a musical adaptation of the classic 1977 film
Sydney Randall, News Editor February 22, 2020

Clarksville’s Derby Dinner Playhouse put on a powerhouse opening-night performance of “Saturday Night Fever” filled with excitement, energy and excellent dance moves to a full house on Thursday,...

Entire university community should celebrate student press freedom

Entire university community should celebrate student press freedom

The Horizon Editorial Board February 16, 2020

The Horizon, along with many other college newspapers across the country, celebrated Student Press Freedom Day on Jan. 29. In celebration of our student press freedom, we reflected on our role at the university...

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” marks the emotional end of the Skywalker era

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” marks the emotional end of the Skywalker era

J.J. Abrams’ latest film received mixed emotions from fans of the franchise
Sydney Randall, News Editor January 1, 2020

Audiences traveled to a galaxy far, far away this holiday season as “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” premiered on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019. The film offered an emotional farewell to the original Skywalker...

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