The Horizon

Anthony Hodge, undecided sophomore and Jessica Kay, nursing freshman, waiting in line to pay their bursar bills during the first week of classes.

Partial government shutdown brings financial aid uncertainty

The longest shutdown in our nation’s history has far-reaching impacts
Ashley Smith and Bryce Shreve January 21, 2019

Since midnight on December 22, 2018, the United States federal government has been partially shut down. President Donald Trump won bigly by drawing it out to be the longest shutdown in our nation's history. Around...

When the bottom falls out

When the bottom falls out

What goes on when our government decides to take a break?
Erin Coffee and Jayla Rose February 20, 2018

The government came to a screeching halt on Jan. 20 and didn’t return to business as usual until Jan. 22. What Is a Shutdown? Throughout the years, beginning in 1980, the U.S. government has...

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