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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.
Gender and sexual identity are not as clear-cut as they were in the past. A Huffington Post article analyzed a survey asking how people felt about gender being a spectrum
Sycamores are scheduled to smash out eating disorders at the Sycamore Smash event on Thursday at 5 p.m. in Dede Plaza. Students are encouraged to bring their own scales to smash, although a few will be provided.
Indiana State University is showing off its Japanese culture with an Aikido club that is made up of students, faculty and local Terre Haute community members.
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.
This week at ISU was hosted by Sadie All, which features the annual Polar Plunge, a Mardi Gras event where students got the chance to find out about some of the traditions of Mardi Gras, Chi Omega’s annual philanthropy Dishes for Wishes, as well as this week’s campus question which we asked students how they were dealing with the winter weather. Coming up next week the Career Center is holding a professional picture day and there will also be a stop and serve in the HMSU.
Julianne Mackey hosted this week's Almost Live with guest Aaron Schaidle, PR Administratior of Alpha Tau Omega and Megan Effner, PR Administrator of Chi Omega. They gave information about their event, "Mental Health: Beings with Me." It aims to bring the community together and how important mental health is to college students.
It’s finally happening. I’ve been ranting and raving since this year first started about how we’re nearing closer and closer to living inside an early science fiction flick and it’s finally happened.
On Thursday, Jan. 19, I attended the Glow in the Dark Bingo night at the Hulman Memorial Student Union’s Dede I. For the most part, this was an enjoyable experience, despite playing the universal game for the elderly.
Recently, meaning two weeks ago, President Barack Obama touched down in Indiana for a brief period of time. While this may be unremarkable as people touch down in our little slice of the Bible Belt every day, what becomes largely disturbing is the general reaction of our state to our president’s arrival.