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The intersection at Third and Chestnut is set to become Indiana State University’s official entrance.
Planned Parenthood will be providing free Sexually Transmitted Disease testing from April 20 through 25 and college students are welcome to go.
Senior Sparkette Leslie Ann Lindsay’s dream came true. She will join former Sparkette Stefanie Blesch as an Indianapolis Colts cheerleader.
A strong showing by the men’s and women’s Indiana State Track and Field squads resulted in victories for both sides at the Gibson Invitational on Saturday afternoon.
After nearly a year of construction and $4 million, Indiana State University dedicated its first new athletic facility in 26 years Friday.
The Indiana State softball team won the first game of the doubleheader 2-1 in eight innings against the Missouri Valley Converence leading Drake Bulldogs before falling late in game two by a final score of 5-4.
April showers bring May flowers, and spring brings the remorse of Christmas cookies past — we are not bears.
Lowering the drinking age is a big topic in some of today’s debates. Some think that the age for alcohol consumption should be lowered. I believe strongly it should not be lowered, but many disagree with me.
For a long time scientists have been trying to unravel the mysteries of the human mind. How does it function?
Sycamores enjoyed the events of African Global Night on Saturday evening. The event was run by the African Student Union and featured fashion shows, skits, and musical acts all displaying African cultures. The evening also included traditional dancing and African cuisine from the numerous African countries.
Students joined at Wolf Field to get colorful at Paint Wars. The event on Sunday included large quanities of paint, some messy clothes and a lot of laughter (Photos by Taylor Burris).
On Thursday, the arena pool was the site of a unique Indiana State University event — Battleship between ISU organizations.