The Horizon

IU Southeast’s First All Female Christian Group Comes to Campus

Kiersten Baird, strategic communication sophomore, left, Sydney Nalley, graphic design freshman, middle, and Alex Meador, business-marketing junior, right, pose with their Delight flag as they kick off the new organization on campus.

Kaitlin Porter, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2018

The campus’ first all female Christian group is delighted to come to IU Southeast. Delight Ministries’ focus is to “invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories.” Kiersten Baird, strategic communication sophomore, began the process...

Christian Student Fellowship holds church services

Brad Walker, Pastor of Redeemer Church, giving a sermon in Meadow Lodge to the CSF and other attendees.

Katie Casper, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015

The group Christian Student Fellowship, or CSF for short, is a church group hosted at IU Southeast. Every Thursday night on campus CSF will meet in a different housing lodge for dinner and a church service. The dinner starts at 6:45 p.m. and the service begins at 7:15 p.m. Cody Bishop, IU Southeast...

Religious values affect political choice

IUS Horizon

October 28, 2012

It is unethical to force Americans to choose between their religions and their choices of presidential candidates. Issues such as gay marriage, abortion, birth control and other religious matters have no place in politics. Many extremist Republican and Democratic advocates are playing the religious car...

Politics need separation from religious beliefs

IUS Horizon

October 26, 2012

IU Southeast made national headlines when Richard Mourdock, Republican candidate for the Indiana Senate, made a statement saying despite the “horrible situation” from which they occur, pregnancy from rape was “something God intended.” I am a Hoosier, born, raised and, most importantly, proud....

Culture war will end when science rules

IUS Horizon

November 6, 2011

Freedom. There is no concept, no idea, more central to the American psyche and way of life than that of freedom. Freedom to say, do and believe whatever. Freedom to go anywhere and be anything. However, Americans — and everyone in civilized society — must draw lines when making laws and de...

Choice rules, fighting for freedom to choose

IUS Horizon

November 6, 2011

My beliefs are based on freedom of choice. One of the largest issues we combat as citizens is the fight for rights. Many believe the first amendment covers such rights, however, freedoms get chipped away every day. While many other countries dream of a democracy, we take it for granted by allowing cert...

Religious beliefs debated

IUS Horizon

November 15, 2008

Religion drew a large group of interested people to hear a lively discussion of different beliefs at the IUS Stem Concert Hall on Monday, Nov. 10. The event was hosted by the Honors Programs at IU Southeast and was moderated by Bryan Hall, assistant professor of philosophy. Five panelists were invited to the forum representing the views of their re...