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Martha Milner, new director at the Indiana Statesman, has started her new role for the 2014 fall semester.
Indiana State University has commissioned a new housing building to be erected this summer at 500 Wabash Ave., at the corner of 5th St. and Wabash Ave. just off of campus.
Coming off the most successful soccer season in Lady Sycamore history, the expectations are extremely high with Head Coach Erika True entering her sixth season at the helm The Lady Sycamores are already off to a good start after posting a 1-0 exhibition win over Austin Peay on Monday, August 11.
Indiana State athletic director Ron Prettyman has announced the promotion of Joey Wells to head coach of the ISU women’s basketball program on Wednesday evening.
Let me start by extending a hearty welcome to our new students and a welcome back to those who are returning. Congratulations on taking this next step forward in meeting your higher education goals.
Students often ask what it takes to be successful in college. Faculty and staff ask the same thing to improve their classrooms and/or interactions with students. Earlier this summer, a team of faculty and staff came together on a student success grant project that had this vexing question at its center. Informed by some very recent research, we found a powerful answer, growth mindset.
Actor, director, producer and author Henry Winkler will kick off this year’s Indiana State University Speakers Series.
Part stand-up comedian, part pro bono therapist and part teacher, Maria Falzone wears many hats. The Boston native has been touring the United States for 18 years now, educating and entertaining primarily college-age students with her one-woman show, “Maria Falzone’s Sex Rules!” Falzone herself has made an annual appearance to Indiana State University for over a decade now and is set to return August 26th at 7:00 p.m. for her 17th annual show.
On Monday, August 18, incoming freshman were officially welcomed to the university as they partook in the annual March through the Arch. The march is a tradition that began 10 years ago, and is meant to symbolize the change in a person beginning their college career. The arch, located at the corner of 3rd and Cherry streets, has welcomed thousands of students over the years, but this year up being the largest in school history. President of Indiana State University, Daniel Bradley, waited on the far side of the arch to greet the new and returning students.