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Actors portrayed a murder mystery to raise money for United Way on Wednesday night. The premise for the evening was “Killing for the Crown”
Thursday in the Fine Arts building, two fire alarms sounded, forcing all students, faculty and staff to evacuate the building. The first alarm went off around 11:25 a.m. and the second alarm went off around noon during Thursday’s classes.
Students watched the President’s annual State of the Union address and interacted nationally with other students via Twitter at the Cunningham Memorial Library events area this past Tuesday.
The Indiana State track and field team hits the road this weekend as they compete in the seven-team Notre Dame Invitational on Saturday. The Sycamores join host Notre Dame along with DePaul, Eastern Michigan, Notre Dame, Michigan State, and Purdue for the invitational.
It’s a busy weekend for the Indiana State University women’s basketball team as the Sycamores take over the Hulman Center on both Friday and Sunday.
Indiana State University junior John Mascari ran the second fastest 3,000-meter in the nation and broke the Sycamore all-time record as Indiana State retained the Coughlan-Malloy Cup for the ninth straight year.
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.
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.
Choice is an interesting thing. I find it even more interesting that we feel like we have lost the ability to make a decision. Instead, we often let our surroundings or environment dictate our choices.
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.
The road to learning about arts-based approaches to counseling will take a group of graduate students in Indiana State University’s counseling programs to India for a two-week cross-cultural experience this month.
On Nov. 13, the Department of Social Work invited the public up to the third floor of the Hulman Memorial Student Union for a simulation of poverty.