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Hulman Center renovation clears first hurdle

A $75.8 million Hulman Center renovation bill is moving forward, officials said at a press conference at the Hulman Center on Thursday.

Jury duty bill to ease student inconvenience

The Indiana State University Student Government Association has plans to introduce a bill to assist students who get summoned for jury duty.

Human Rights Day set for March 10

Connecting people to words and photos is one of Kelsey Timmerman’s top priorities.

Shockers spoil senior night with win over Sycamores

Indiana State men’s basketball knew it would take a nearly perfect performance to knock off No. 11 Wichita State on Wednesday night at the Hulman Center but an upset just wasn’t in the works for the Sycamores.

Sycamores battle Bradley in final conference tussle

The Sycamores will hit the road for their last regular season game on Saturday for a matchup against Bradley after a gutsy effort against No. 11 Wichita State Wednesday night.

Sycamores ready for Round 2 at Evansville

The Indiana State Sycamores women’s basketball team are on a downward slope after a three-game losing streak, including a 35-point loss to third place Northern Iowa last Friday.

Rude student heckling ruins bingo game night

On Thursday, Jan. 19, I attended the Glow in the Dark Bingo night at the Hulman Memorial Student Union’s Dede I. For the most part, this was an enjoyable experience, despite playing the universal game for the elderly.

Compromise won’t kill us, but a witch hunt will

Recently, meaning two weeks ago, President Barack Obama touched down in Indiana for a brief period of time. While this may be unremarkable as people touch down in our little slice of the Bible Belt every day, what becomes largely disturbing is the general reaction of our state to our president’s arrival.

Fashion that’s in: How to rock what’s in your closet all year round

Let’s face it. There are not a lot of options when it comes to fashion. We have jeans, t-shirts, pants, shorts and that’s about it.

Technology bridges college communication gap

Communication is key when it comes to succeeding in college, and technology has made it even easier.

ISU prayer service encourages students in time of need

Indiana State University students gathered Thursday for the 192nd-annual National Collegiate Day of Prayer.

New Latino Student Union aspires to add diversity, culture to ISU

The Latino Student Union, a new organization on Indiana State University’s campus, is looking to make an immediate impact.

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