Diversity & Language in America

Sophia Geisler, Columnist October 28, 2020

There are 195 different countries, each with their own separate cultures and diversity. Perhaps one of the largest differences between most countries is their language spoken. As of today, a large handful...

This pumpkin pie will help you festively close out October.

Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Grace Freed, Columnist October 28, 2020

The Halloween season is slowly coming to an end, so why not make some homemade pumpkin pie to end October. Here's how you can bake a homemade pumpkin pie for eight people in less than an hour. (Related:...

The Possible Death of the Space Age

The Possible Death of the Space Age

John Niemeyer, Columnist October 28, 2020

The Space Age is the era of humanity where we stop looking towards our planet's uncharted lands. We no longer look for what new oceans to explore, or what mountains need to be climbed. Instead, humanity...

The cape sundew.

Carnivores: Leaf Me Alone!

Nature is not just beauty and butterflies. Some plants, such as the notorious Venus Flytrap, will wait for their unknowing prey, and choose the perfect moment to strike. However, the Venus Flytrap isn’t the only plant that consumes bugs. Here are a few examples of the amazing carnivorous plants that exist on our planet.
Madeeha Akhtar, Columnist October 16, 2020

Pitcher Plant There are many different species of Pitcher Plants, but they all have one thing in common: brightly colored, elongated pitchers with sweet nectar. According to Gardenerdy, Pitcher Plants...

Rainbow Jell-O Bundt Cake

Rainbow Jell-O Bundt Cake

Ainsley Olvey, Columnist October 16, 2020

Ingredients: Raspberry Instant Jell-O Orange Instant Jell-O Lemon Instant Jell-O Green-apple Instant Jell-O Bundt cake mold (12 cups) Cooking spray, olive oil, vegetable oil Instructions: ...

Horizon Sun Leaders Part of Elite Group to Attend ASU's Cronkite Summer Institute

Horizon Sun Leaders Part of Elite Group to Attend ASU’s Cronkite Summer Institute

Zach Asato, Natori Cruz, & Kelleigh Hogan will represent the Horizon Honors Journalism Program at ASU, learning new and innovative journalistic skills from some of the industry's leading professionals.
Alexa Geidel, Editor in Chief April 8, 2015

The Horizon Sun is delighted to announce that two rising seniors and one rising junior have been selected to attend the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU's Summer Journalism...

Alum Contribution: Kirchgessner Names 2014’s Top Ten Films

Films from nearly every genre appear on this inclusive, thoughtful list. Kirchgessner not only gives a top-ten, but details his reasons behind each choice.
Brian Kirchgessner, Alum, Guest Columnist February 1, 2015

Another year for movies has come and gone, and on the whole, 2014 was another really strong one. As with any given year, there was quite a bit of [garbage], but if you were making an assessment based on...

Lady Eagles Show HH Values on Court

At a home game against rival Valley Christian, Horizon Honors’ JV girls’ team showed what it meant to be an Eagle. Even when the going got tough, the ladies exhibited teamwork, leadership, and admirable sportsmanship.
Arlayna Schooley, Columnist January 28, 2015

Horizon Honors’ JV Girls Basketball was in it to win it against Valley Christian on Tuesday, January 27,at 3 p.m., and intensity was high from both teams. In the first quarter, freshman Kenzie Knippers...

Social Anxiety a Reality

Anon Ymous, Guest Columnist December 3, 2014

Social anxiety is real. It’s different than being introverted, but when you are both, your life basically revolves around avoiding people in general. Most people treat social anxiety like it’s a made...

Teen Jobs

Anon Ymous, Guest Columnist December 2, 2014

Teen jobs are stressed a little too much. Being a teen myself, it is unbelievably difficult to balance school, extra activities, and a job. I understand however that kids need money and adults believe...

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