The Horizon

King Breakfast raises money for scholarships

Groups of people joined together for the King Scholarship Breakfast and Panel Discussion on Saturday, Jan. 16 in the Hoosier Room in University Center North to donate to and support the scholarship efforts, as well as discuss issues of racism.

Connor Edrington, Staff Reporter

January 17, 2016

On the weekend before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, groups listened to experts speak about the legacy of a man that helped pave the way for African American citizens in our country. More than 100 alumni, community members and local government officials attended the 2016 King Scholarship Breakfast and...

Opinion: The woes of warehouse work

Opinion: The woes of warehouse work

Kaetln Harrison, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

The New York Times recently published an article about the harsh working conditions that Amazon employees face. The article generated a lot of debate and support from employees. This summer I worked at Amazon for three insufferable weeks. While that may have not been enough time to fully grasp the...

Group from IUS creating institute to study anomalous experiences

Ethan Smith, Staff

October 21, 2014

Imagine a place where scientists and ghost hunters can co-exist. A place where students can study the psychosomatic effects of a ouija board or the power of suggestion during a tarot card reading. This is the vision of Brian Laythe, adjunct lecturer in psychology at IU Southeast. "The goal of the institute is to...


Kentuckiana Historical Haunted Tours meet at 723 Spring Street in Downtown Jeffersonville, beside the Vintage Fire Museum. Tarot card readings also take place here.

Josh Medlock, staff

October 20, 2014

For years, Jeffersonville residents claimed to see apparitions of Union and Confederate soldiers at Colston Memorial Park. The barren lot, now a makeshift baseball field, silently sits between I-65 and historic downtown Jeffersonville. As the City of Jeffersonville began digging in the park for their ...