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WISU adds new changes to station

On Saturday, Indiana State University’s radio station will be presenting their first-ever a pregame radio show before the football game at Memorial Stadium.

The unseen costs of the Yik-Yak Attack

The shooting threat posted on a website and threatening note found in a bathroom in University Hall on Aug. 17 and 18 caused the university to incur costs that would not have otherwise occurred.

Saturday’s shooting suspect seized

An ISU student was arrested Sunday in connection with a shooting that happened on campus Saturday evening.

Volleyball gets back on track The Sycamore

Sycamores rebound to pick up two wins against MVC foes.

Sycamore soccer splits a pair of weekend matches

The Indiana State women’s soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to the Loyola Ramblers on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

Women’s soccer starts conference

The Indiana State women’s soccer team opens up conference play against Loyola on Friday night at 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. 

BECOMING SIGNIFICANT

When we look at all the things we know of history, something funny happens. 

Power, gentleness key to unlocking refuge

Men stereotypically have issues with power. Whether it is the hunger for power or the abuse of it, we do struggle with it. We’ve learned about it in our history classes when empires fell due to the mismanagement of power. We’ve dealt with bosses who seem to revel in it. 

Sunday slate showcases several NFC slugfests

Another slate of great games is ahead of us this Sunday including a divisional matchup, a team that’s undefeated because of their ability to come back from a deficit and America’s team on prime time.

WISU adds new changes to station

On Saturday, Indiana State University’s radio station will be presenting their first-ever a pregame radio show before the football game at Memorial Stadium.

Childhood failure a key to adulthood success

As you sit in a desk, painstakingly making your way through yet another class, you imagine your future.

Studies show that AB blood is not A-OK

Apparently it just sucks to have type AB blood. Back in 2012, a study was done that revealed that those with the blood type AB were more likely to develop coronary heart disease...

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