The Horizon

We stand against the SGA senator’s bathroom proposal – you should, too.

Illustration by Shelby Pennington

The Horizon Editorial Board

April 15, 2019

The bathroom legislation proposed by a member of the IUS Student Senate is at best thinly veiled bigotry and is at worst a poor attempt to disenfranchise some of our most marginalized students. The Horizon believes that any action short of complete condemnation of this proposal would be an affront...

Crime, Boxing and The American Way

Gail Faustyn

February 24, 2014

In one corner, standing at a whopping 160 pounds, the man who has been convicted on several counts of animal cruelty, possession and driving under the influence. In the opposing corner, weighing in at 204 pounds, the 30-year-old man who just recently caused the death of a 17-year-old boy. The former...

Election results prove to be bittersweet

IUS Horizon

November 11, 2012

Four more years under President Barack Obama – let us all release a collective sigh of relief. Or for those of you who did not vote for him, a collective groan. This election became a real-life Saturday Night Life skit with former Gov. Mitt Romney saying things that Jason Sudeikis could not even write. Binders, bayo...

Inconsistent voting laws cause difficulties for voters

IUS Horizon

November 5, 2012

The campaign trails of both presidential candidates have left many citizens informed on who to vote for come Election Day, but few of them are aware of various voting laws pertaining to each state. Because voting laws differ from state to state, problems can arise from an ill-informed public, causing...

College — no place for easy A’s

IUS Horizon

October 21, 2012

As students graduate high school and plan to take on the next milestone by attending college, some are often plagued with the naive belief that college will be the same as high school. For instance, in high school, some students may not have had to put much effort into achieving an A on a test, but,...

Education needed to see eye to eye with guide dogs

IUS Horizon

October 7, 2012

Without a steering wheel or both eyes on the road, Tanya Decoux, criminal justice junior, maneuvers herself around campus. Her vehicle guides her around campus while a student tosses some food toward to the ground. Fortunately, her vehicle – a dog – is not at a busy street intersection as the...

IUS improves despite enrollment drop

IUS Horizon

September 23, 2012

IU Southeast enrollment is down 4.9 percent from last year; however, there are misconceptions about the reasoning for this decrease. IU Southeast should not be blamed or punished for the factors which have led to the low student retention. For the past three years, IU Southeast’s enrollment ha...

Editors come out for civil rights, acceptance

IUS Horizon

August 26, 2012

During the summer, gay rights and marriage equality has been talked about in the news and political arenas. Even some companies, such as Chick-Fil-A and Oreo’s rainbow cookie, have come out against it or in support of it. It has caused a lot of controversy on both sides, from people refusing t...