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Sandison Hall feels the heat

Due to higher than normal room temperatures, residents of Sandison Hall are living in less than ideal living conditions.

Students respond to spikes in 2015-16 housing costs

As the number of housing options for students increases for the next academic year, so does the price for campus housing.

Four students robbed near campus Saturday

The Indiana State University Police Department has been advised that four ISU students were robbed while in the area of the 600 block of Swan Street at approximately 11:15-11:30 p.m.

Sycamore men and women finish near the top in weekend invitational

Indiana State University’s track and field team won seven events with the men taking third and the women fourth at the Notre Dame Invitational Saturday.

Sycamore women fall in two weekend games

Sycamore Women's Basketball back to back games.

ISU men’s basketball defeats Loyola Ramblers
AI advances may blur the line between man and machine

It’s finally 2015, the year that we are supposed to have flying cars and hover boards but all we get is $10 million to artificial intelligence.

Settling down: Does society ask women to settle for less?

For the first time, I have actually been thinking about the choice to have kids. What startled me, and I think many other young women may agree, was the realization that I had honestly never thought about the choice.

GOP grandeur is platform-reliant

Since the election of President Obama in 2008, pundits have consistently referred to the Republican Party’s lack of a central identity, or “soul-searching.” “Soul-searching” refers to how the party would form a platform in the absence of a Republican president as a leader.

Sorority legacy continues to stand tall

Not every organization can boast a legacy lasting over a century, but Indiana State University’s Alpha Omicron Pi can — and they’re still going strong today.

‘Africa Live’ proves anyone can dance

Dance styles from two different continents have a commonality among three dance instructors at Indiana State University — lyrical movement is so integral to their lives, it’s like speaking.

Professor raises money, awareness for homeland

Soulaf Abas, Syrian artist, Indiana State graduate and adjunct art professor, just wants to make the world a more beautiful place.

The 29-year-old was born and raised in Damascus, Syria, though she earned both her MFA and BFA at ISU. Six months after she started graduate school at ISU, however, her homeland became a war zone.  

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