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Living on campus provides social opportunities

While there are advantages and disadvantages to living on campus, the good outweighs the bad to many Indiana State University students.

Associate Director of Residential Life Jessica Robinson said one of the greatest advantages to living on campus is the student’s chance of success.

Terre Haute native crowned Miss ISU

Terre Haute native, Ayanna Sykes, an Indiana State University senior and applied health science major, was crowned Miss ISU.

Investigation into ISU property damage continues

Criminal mischief has been happening on Indiana State University campus.

Sycamores return home on Saturday

Coming back to Terre Haute after a two-week absence, the No. 19/21 Indiana State Sycamores host the Missouri State Bears this Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The Sycamores hold a 5-3 record on the season and the talks of a playoff run are becoming all too loud around the Football Championship Series ranks.

Sycamore Senior Golfer Receives MVC Fall Leadership & Service

Indiana State senior women’s golf athlete Amanda Smith was one of 10 athletes to be honored with the Missouri Valley Conference Leadership and Service Fall Award. Smith is the fourth member of the Sycamore women’s golf team to be honored with the award since the Valley began the recognition in 2008.

Important conference matchups dominate week 9

Arizona at Dallas

What Makes Horror Video Games Terrifying?

Last week, we covered the basic requirements for a film to be classified as a true horror film; the medium stands out among others because it relies on technology just as much as story.

‘Army of Darkness’ kooky rather than spooky

For the final Halloween movie review, I am going to talk about “Army of Darkness,” the third movie in the “Evil Dead” series.

Texas under fire for poor education choices

Texas has come under fire again for their teaching materials. According to the Huffington Post, Texas’ textbooks being used were religiously biased and politically conservative.

Pumpkin Patch

Residents of Reeve Hall put their creativity to the test by carving and painting pumpkins and placing them outside their residence hall

Broaden your horizon’s with ISU’s newest band

Adults with little or no musical experience are invited to join the New Horizons Band 
at the Indiana State University’s Community School of the Arts.

The Timmy Global Health foam party debuts at ISU

Timmy Global Health is a new organization on ISU’s campus. Timmy Global Health is a worldwide organization.


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