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Indiana State University will recognize three graduating seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service during winter commencement ceremonies Dec. 13 at Hulman Center.
Riots have been happening all over the country, but not here on Indiana State University’s campus. The situation in Ferguson, Missouri, has been very controversial, but ISU students, staff and Terre Haute community members managed to turn the controversy into a peaceful discussion.
This semester has been one to remember. It has had its highs and its lows. Let’s take a look back at some things that happened this semester.
Indiana State football’s hopes to extend its magical season for yet another weekend continues this Saturday in round two of the NCAA FCS Playoffs when the Sycamores head south for a showdown inside Finley Stadium against the No. 8 Chattanooga Mocs with a berth to the tournament’s “Elite Eight” on the line.
Indiana State women’s basketball cut it unnervingly close but escaped with a 61-60 win over IUPUI on Thursday evening. ISU improves to 6-1 overall on the 2014 season and secured its eighth-straight road win with the victory.
Devonte Brown paced three Sycamores in double figures, scoring, but it was nationally ranked Butler that came away with a 77-54 victory over Indiana State in front of 5,528 fans in the Hulman Center.
Everyone in the government knows that war is necessary. Although God didn’t put us on this earth to get murdered, it has become a must for some, as war stems from one trying to conquer another.
There are still riots occurring in the town of Ferguson, Missouri. On Aug. 9, a black teenager, Michael Brown, 18, was killed outside a store by Officer Darren Wilson, a white police officer in Ferguson.
Over the past few weeks a lot has happened. The case of Michael Brown has seen a ruling, “No Shave November” ended, and Thanksgiving took place.
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.