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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.To view full story, click here.
ATO president asserts that ISU’s chapter did nothing wrong
Indiana State University’s chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is suspended pending an investigation by university officials.
Zeta Tau Alpha was recently awarded the President’s Cup for Panhellenic Council Sorority of the Year, an award recognized as a high achievement for the sorority.
Indiana State University has recently overhauled the reverse transfer agreement with Ivy Tech to include all Ivy Tech colleges in Indiana. Ivy Tech transfer students are now able to complete their associate degree at ISU while working toward their bachelor’s degree simultaneously.
Check out all the stories from This Week at ISU, hosted by Seth Payne. The stories include the A.T Avenue Fashion Show, Mental Health Begins With Me, Spring Classics Fest, and this week's campus question.
Seth Payne, Student Manager of Syc Creations, stopped in to tell about Syc Creations. This is the new branch of Student Media. Contact Chad Clark at Chad.Clark@indstate.edu for more information.
Sadie All hosted this week's Almost live guest Patrick Gibbons, Sigma Chi Vice President, came on to talk about all of the important details of Derby Days. It is a week long of events.
Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States, and at the end of his first term, he had an approval rating of 50 percent according to findthebest.com.
What does it mean to be basic? Are women being referred to as the fundamental starting point in society? Or could they be accusing us of having a pH greater than 7?
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, has officially announced his candidacy for president, making him the first to announce a 2016 campaign while presidential potentials like Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, Scott Walker and others are taking their time.