The Horizon

So many opinions, so little time

So many opinions, so little time

May 28, 2023

A nice, long stretch feels good, doesn’t it? The same goes for a belly rub from someone who truly cares, right? The opportunity to voice opinions isn’t any different. Not every country enjoys...

Saving Pacers Basketball

Saving Pacers Basketball

Joshua Breeden, Sports Editor April 24, 2023

With the NBA playoffs well underway, the Indiana Pacers again find themselves watching from the sidelines. For the past three seasons, the Pacers have finished in the bottom three of the Eastern Conference....

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell

Bringing Oldies Back

Chelsey Elswick and Madison A. Miller April 24, 2023

The clothes from your grandparents and parents' closets are making a comeback.  Bell bottoms, mullets, and baggy clothing are all debuting again in modern fashion. Whether it’s through mixing these...

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...

A personal touch, with love

Alyssa Hill is Just Wrong

Madison A. Miller April 24, 2023

I didn’t grow up listening to Taylor Swift but did find comfort in her songs when a friend introduced me to her music. Eventually, I found even more comfort when said friend stabbed me in the back. Swift’s...

The Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby

Caden Gorin April 24, 2023

The Kentucky Derby, arguably the official start to Summer, is only two weeks away! The eyes of the world will hover over Louisville to witness this spectacular sporting event once again. There will be...

Back row, from left, Dannon Olsen, Jacob Bifone, Rose Stamper. Front row, from left, Elena Jablonski, Carson Price, Dylan Mapp, Devon Fields.

Luscious Lobster Lingers Longingly in Lively Leadership Conference

Elena Jablonski, Freelance Contributor April 21, 2023

The sad moment of truth came when Student Government Association President Dannon Olsen frantically rolled down the passenger window of our seven-seat van in the middle of traffic and stuck his head out. His...

One of the moon pictures I had taken with my Samsung.

The Smartphone Showdown

Chelsey Elswick, Staff Reporter April 19, 2023

Samsung or iPhone? Which is superior?    For a long time, I thought iPhone was better.   I picked up extra shifts at my Starbucks barista job and saved as much as possible to afford an iPhone...

Why You Should Break Up with Coffee

Why You Should Break Up with Coffee

Crystal Sexton Poates, Staff Reporter April 19, 2023

Whenever I see fellow students rushing to class clutching an energy drink, I wonder, “Why?” Or, whenever they are gulping one as if their lives depend on it, “Is it necessary?” I am skeptical....

Breaking Free from the Bondage of Browsing

Breaking Free from the Bondage of Browsing

Alyssa Hill April 19, 2023

As college students, our time is taken up by classes, jobs, and relationships; but, what if, for some, our biggest time drainers are our phones? While this may not be a problem for some people, it really...

Snow day at Clark Park by ceg is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Snowed in, But Not Shut Out: Are Snow Days Gone Forever?

Nick Dentinger, Staff Reporter April 15, 2023

As a student, the snow day used to be a magical day that I looked forward to every winter. It was a day to sleep in, spend time with friends, and play in the snow. However, in recent years, the traditional...

Hazel contemplating a crime

Purr-fection Personified: Why Cats Crush Canines as Pets

Tyler Eversole, Editor April 7, 2023

The topic of whether cats or dogs make better pets is quite a contentious one, and I'm sure most people have heard heated debates regarding which pet is the best. Yet, in my opinion, it’s not even a...

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