ISU Student Media :

In response to high demand for video-based products and for real-life experience for students in video, graphic, and web design, Student Media created Syc Creations. The new, fee-based service is open to customers on- and off-campus who wish to promote their business.

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Take 5 program helps students prepare for future

Take 5 is a new initiative that Indiana State University’s Financial Aid department has started to help students better understand their financial situation.

Hamilton Project set to educate

The Hamilton Center partnered with organizations on campus to create an event for educating students on mental health.

Aaron Schaidle, a sophomore nursing student, is helping set up the Hamilton Project on campus.

Weekly Crime Log March 1 - 4

This week's crime report.

Global Divestment Day

The Sycamore Environmental Action Club held Global Divestment Day to bring the awareness of how fossil fuels are killing the Earth. It is a global movement to convince people that giving money to fossil fuels is supporting the decaying of the Earth.

Dance marathon 2015

The Annual ISU Dance Marathon took place over the weekend to help raise money for Riley Hospital. Overall, ISU raised 17.584.85 for Riley Hospital!

Lunar New Year

The Chinese Lunar New Year took place on Saturday in DEDE 1. Students got the chance to taste some of the traditional chinese food and be entertained by special performances.

Indoor Track Field

  • @ NCAA Indoor Championships
    • Fayetteville, Ark
      • March 13, 3:00pm
      • March 14, 4:00pm

Womens Basketball

  • vs Missouri State
    • March 05, 7:05pm
  • vs Wichita State
    • March 07, 2:05pm
  • @ Missouri Valley Conference
    • TBA

Mens Basketball

  • MVC Tournament
    • Loyola
      • March 06, 9:35pm
California citizen-proposed law threatens ‘sodomites’ with death

Have you ever wanted to write your own law? Maybe something silly like everyone must wear a hat on Thursdays? Well in California all you have to do is write a ballot initiative and pay $200. You now have a hand in the lawmaking process.

Mars One expedition far from reaching the final frontier

Before the 1969 Moon landing, American scientists at NASA had long desired to explore the solar system beyond our moon. Starting in 1962, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory designed and built 10 different spacecraft “to explore the inner solar system,” according to the NASA website.

Educated constituents, accessible legislators key to successful Senate

The Indiana General Assembly has hit the halfway point of the 2015 session. The lucky bills have made it through one chamber alive and well, while others weren’t so lucky. A number of bills never even saw the light of day.