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Commuters invited to lunch

Soup and Substance will provide commuter students with a free lunch Thursday in the Commuter Lounge in Hulman Memorial Student Union.

Boldly going where no text book has gone before

Absent from an education major’s schedule is a course on how to juggle distraught parents, a sick student, and a lice infestation while the teacher’s broken pearl necklace scatters about the floor in the chaos that is often a day in a third-grade classroom.

Spring cleaning

Students gathered together to help clean the campus during the annual spring Donaghy Day.

Sycamore Softball splits against visiting Ramblers

The Indiana State Softball team hosted Loyola on Tuesday for a mi-week conference match up. The Sycamores lost the fisrt bout 2-1 but won the second by a final tally of 5-3.

Jake Odum to play in Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

Indiana State guard Jake Odum is one of 64 college basketball seniors to be invited to the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament to be held this week — April 16-19 — in Portsmouth, Va.

Softball steals a pair of wins on the road

Sycamore pitching dominated a doubleheader Saturday against Missouri State as Indiana State earned its first Missouri Valley Conference doubleheader sweep since the 2011.

Autism Awareness Month: exploring neurodiversity

April is Autism Awareness Month, and as an older sister to a boy with Asperger’s syndrome, I understand the difficulties those with Autism Spectrum Disorder suffer.

A “bro-story” for the ages: hanging out with the fellas

What makes a friend or a group of friends have a brotherly connection? Basically, what makes “bros”, bros? 

Letter to the editor: Bethany Alkire

The topic of concealed carry on campus invokes strong emotions on both sides of the debate. Gun control may have become a cliched debate, but nothing is going to change when eyes are rolled and the topic is avoided.

Crossing borders: students travel overseas to Cuba

Once-in-a-lifetime. That’s how Indiana State University students described their recent trip to Cuba.

Center for Student Success helps students reach goals

Indiana State is ready to accommodate students with extra needs through the Center for Student Success, comprised of a mix of experienced students and staff who are passionate about helping others.

Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month, which seeks to raise national concern and awareness about the disorder. Events are being held across the country throughout the month, as well as on Indiana State campus.

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