The Horizon

Editor anticipates new beginnings

IUS Horizon

November 28, 2011

There comes a time in all students’ lives when they must step into a career and out of college. This time, for me, is now. With only a few weeks left of the fall semester, I sit back and reflect on all of the things I have done throughout my time at IU Southeast. In high school, teachers ar...

Lions, tigers, bears, oh my: stricter laws needed

IUS Horizon

October 30, 2011

Wild animals are exactly that — wild. They should not be kept as pets in someone’s backyard. Recently, exotic wildlife were released into the city of Zanesville, Ohio, by Terry Thompson, who committed suicide soon after. Thompson was the owner of Muskingum County Animal Farm in Zanesville. ...

Dissatisfied Ford workers authorize strike

IUS Horizon

September 11, 2011

Ford workers are hard at work every day, manufacturing cars and providing services to millions of people. Unfortunately, they are receiving nothing in return. In August, Ford Motor Company workers across the nation gave the go-ahead for a strike if there are no negotiations for raises, higher ent...

Alumni face-off students

IUS Horizon

August 28, 2011

The Grenadiers started their season off with an alumni match that was held in the Activities Building on August 13. This match consisted of IUS alumni, including Katie Tinsley, assistant volleyball coach, matching up against the current volleyball team. “This is an event that we try to do every year,...

New athletic director kicks off season

IUS Horizon

August 28, 2011

IU Southeast began the school year with a new athletic director. Joe Glover was recently promoted from the Athletics Department’s interim director. He had served as the interim director since August 2010. “I’m excited to be given the chance to keep helping the students grow academically a...

Lesbian Avenger fights for rights

IUS Horizon

March 15, 2011

  The IUS Women’s and Gender Studies Program invited Kelly Cogswell, a journalist based in New York City and blogger on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender issues, to come to campus for Women’s History Month. Cogswell spoke about an activist group of which she was a founding member ...

Library celebrates 1 million visitors

IUS Horizon

March 3, 2011

The IUS Library celebrated their 1 millionth visitor on Feb. 23. Amber Sullivan, allied health junior, was presented a $50 gift card to the IUS Bookstore. “I was absolutely surprised when the thing beeped,” Sullivan said. “I thought, ‘Uh-oh.’” Read More »...

Don’t idolize shows about teen moms

IUS Horizon

January 31, 2011

Many people in society think shows like “16 and Pregnant” and “Teen Mom” glamorize teen pregnancy to young girls. “It seems that shows like ‘Teen Mom’ are all of a sudden making teen pregnancy seem cool in the eyes of young girls,” Kim Kardashian said. “The kids from these shows are...