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Post-pandemic mental health needs more attention on campus – here’s why.

The Horizon Editorial Board August 1, 2021

It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health of students everywhere. The isolation enforced by quarantine, the lack of socialization due to online classes and the increased...

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10 ways to keep away stress while keeping your sanity in college

Rachel Miller, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

As high school seniors prepare to become college freshmen, feelings of anxiety and stress over the unknown “college experience” will arise. Freshman are immensely excited to have the opportunity to...

The front of Parlour Pizza. Photo by Garland Noel.

Nostalgic pizza meets unique flair in Downtown New Albany

Garland Noel, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

When Wick’s Pizza closed the doors of their New Albany location, which had been a hotspot for IU Southeast students to hang out, it looked like locals were losing a piece of history. From Harvest Homecoming...

The exterior of the IUS library. Photo by John Clere.

Top 5 Things You Should Know About the IU Southeast Library

Emily Owen, Content Editor August 1, 2021

The IU Southeast library has a lot to offer IUS students. From the quiet study spaces to being able to ask for any type of help with an assignment, there’s something for everyone. The following five...

Tips from those that have been there, done that

Tips from those that have been there, done that

Kat Lynn, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

College can be intimidating and hard to navigate especially when you’ve never done it before. As a senior, I have seen and done it all. Here are some tips for college from IU Southeast alumni and senior...

10 places to visit in southern Indiana before you graduate

10 places to visit in southern Indiana before you graduate

Jamie Krueger, Staff Reporter August 1, 2021

New to campus? This one’s for you! College can be a hard transition for new students, but it can be even more difficult for students that are new to the area. Although living in a new city can be intimidating,...

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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...

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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

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

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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