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ISU’s higher minimum wage benefits student workers

President Barack Obama’s recent comment to Congress regarding raising the minimum wage above $7.25 an hour has sparked controversy and debate across the nation.

Professor receives Community Partner of the Year award

Kand McQueen, associate professor of educational and school psychology in Indiana State University’s Bayh College of Education, has received the National Association of Social Workers 2015 Region 6 Community Partner of the Year award.

Weekly Crime Log April 19 — 23

Crime log April 19th, 20th, 21st, and 23rd.

Sycamores head to conference after Loyola win

The Indiana State Sycamore softball team is headed to the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament after a 7-6 qualifying win over Loyola on Wednesday in 10 innings.

Indiana State football has busy weekend ahead

The Indiana State football program begins its busiest weekend of the spring on Friday when they host the annual Blue/White Scrimmage beginning at 4 p.m. inside Memorial Stadium.

Sycamores prepare for Salukis in weekend series

Indiana State softball hopes to build off of Wednesday’s exciting win over Loyola as the Sycamores are set to host Southern Illinois this weekend in a three-game Missouri Valley Conference series.

Texas caterer cited for attempts to feed San Antonio’s poor

Joan Cheever, a well-known caterer and attorney in San Antonio, Texas, has carried out her personal tradition of feeding the homeless people throughout the city.

Google under fire in Europe for ‘faulty business practices’

People start businesses every day all across America in hopes to be successful, make money and create a legacy.

Men, Dan Price should be your new role model

Sell your Superman action figures, pay no mind to Don Draper and Jordan Belfort, forget all your other heroes and remember the name Dan Price.

New frat members stomp the yard in Yard Show

Omega Psi Phi, Alpha Phi Alpha and Kappa Alpha Psi recently welcomed their new initiates to their fraternities.

Drag show entertains ISU students

While not quite royalty, drag kings and queens from Indiana State University’s Spectrum group gussied themselves up and strutted their stuff on stage for an adoring audience on Wednesday evening in Dede I.

Life is a drag

Nikki Saint-Queer performed alongside other drag kings and queens Wednesday night. Keisha Von Lord worked as the show’s host. Each performer had multiple musical performances, including Scarlet Litre. The event raised money for CASA (Photos by Gary Macadaeg).


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