The Horizon

80/20 at Kaelin’s in a local landmark in the Highlands area of Louisville, with a beautiful view of the neighborhood and an old school diner aesthetic. The building was first turned into a restaurant in 1934 by a local couple and has been home to a few firsts in Kentucky’s history. Photo by Garland Noel.

IUS Horizon seniors share their favorite places to relax, hangout in Kentuckiana

Garland Noel and Aubryn Crotchett May 2, 2021

Even after four or more years on campus, it’s nearly impossible for even IUS seniors to know all the best spots off campus, especially after the toll COVID has taken on nearby businesses and attractions...

The Millennial Business Model

The Millennial Business Model

Jordan Williams, Managing Editor March 7, 2018

Starting Small Businesses If you are a millennial – an American born between 1980 and 2000- then business matters to you and you matter to business, according to research. A study published in...

Rick Pitino, former University of Louisville head mens basketball coach, was fired prior to the 2017-2018 season amid another alleged recruiting scandal.
Photo courtesy of Charles Bertram, used under Tribune News Service license.

No Basketball; No Money

Samuel Murphy, Content Editor January 5, 2018

It could be an economic earthquake that could shake all of Louisville and the epicenter would be the KFC Yum! Center and the restaurants surrounding it. On Sept. 26, the FBI rocked the college basketball...

Buying local saves on costs, improves health

IUS Horizon September 26, 2011
For every dollar spent, 68 cents goes back into the community when a customer makes a purchase at a local business. When a customer makes a purchase at a national chain, however, 43 cents of every dollar goes back into the community. Money spent at local businesses circulates within the community and pumps money into school systems, social organizations and public parks.
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