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Jullien Gordon author, speaker coming to ISU

Jullien Gordon is a four-time TED guest as well as a four-time author and has visited more than 60 colleges nationwide to teach millennials how to “maximize college, choose a major and find a job.” On Monday, Sept. 22, Gordon will bring his expertise to Indiana State. 

Extravaganza attracts many

The 12th annual Indiana State University Library Extravaganza was held on Thursday, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Library Extravaganza event was created so students can learn about the resources and services that the library has to provide.

Nature preserve receiving much-needed upkeep

Indiana State University and the Vigo County Park and Recreation Department have partnered up in the upkeep of the Wabashiki Trail.

Sycamore volleyball trounced in conference openers

There was no lack of drama in the Indiana State volleyball Missouri Valley Conference season opener as it took Missouri State to five sets before falling, 2-3. The Sycamores move to 8-4 overall on the season and 0-1 in the MVC.

Women’s soccer tied with IUPUI

The Indiana State women’s soccer team earned a 3-3 tie in a match against IUPUI Sunday afternoon at Michael A. Carroll Track and Soccer Stadium. The Sycamores are now 2-5-3 on the season while IUPUI is now 2-6-3.

INtramural baseball strikes out competition
Anonymous app can be used to instill fear

A new app being used on campus called Yik Yak, while awesome, is causing quite a problem for students who don’t want to live in fear of being shot.

Feeling Overwhelmed? Developing time management skills crucial to college skills

According to an annual survey of incoming freshmen nationwide by the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, or CIRP, based at the University of California-Los Angeles, the percentage of incoming first-year college students who said they frequently felt overwhelmed.

Booty and the Beast: Our culture’s growing acceptance of big butts

Vogue Magazine has published an article titled, “We’re Officially in the Era of the Big Booty.” With Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda"...

Sycamore filmmaker finds a fund-raiser for his film

Cody Mattox, a senior communication major, is planning on launching a fundraiser to kick start his film project.

‘Pizza and politics’ ponders political problems

Pizza and Politics was a free event that was held at Federal Hall on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. and presented by the American Democracy Project.

Students step up for Sycamore Sessions

When was the last time you’d been to a talent show? Last Tuesday, Sycamore Sessions was hosted in Dede 1. It started at approximately 9 p.m., and was a packed house.

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