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Indiana State University’s theater department is one of the many choices for students and continues to put in the work on stage for the audience to see.
Calvin McCauley has received a four-year prison sentence for the shooting in Lincoln Quad last fall.
Gender and sexual identity are not as clear-cut as they were in the past. A Huffington Post article analyzed a survey asking how people felt about gender being a spectrum
Photos by Gary Macadaeg.
One of the luxuries of being a broadcaster and a writer who covers an NCAA Division I team is that I have my own personal seating during games. I’m either in a press box or sitting at a long table occupied by my fellow media peers.
It’s been common throughout the season to see Indiana State men’s basketball come back from a disappointing loss only to pick up the pieces and quickly return to its winning ways.
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.
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.
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.
Social networking and media are crucial tools for success in today’s world.
Terre Haute’s Swope Art Museum celebrated Mardi Gras with a fundraiser on Saturday evening. Indiana State’s Sparkettes volunteered at the event (Photos by Gary Macadaeg).
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.