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Email system restructure will reduce inbox clutter

Indiana State University is implementing a new requirement to improve the way e-mails are handled. The change will impact faculty, staff and students whose emails use indstate.edu.

ISU movement organizes ‘Float to Flint’ water drive

Cases of plastic water bottles stacked halfway to the ceiling reflect sunlight from the adjacent window, in which the sun bears its golden face. Water jugs by the gallon sit on top of an oak table next to which a record of donations lay flat. Amounts of such contributions are written out next to the scribbled names of those supporting the cause.

Despite big lead, Trump lowers expectations in New Hampshire

Donald Trump shrugged off a second place finish in Iowa, suggesting Tuesday that New Hampshire — which holds the nation’s first primary on Feb. 9 — “fits me better.”

Brotherly love

Niels Bunschoten had a career high 21 points in a loss to Southern Illinois on Wednesday night. Teammate Grant Prusator missed a free throw and went scoreless in only two minutes of play. But that’s OK.

Indiana State men hope to snap two-game skid at Bradley

The Indiana State Sycamores (13-12, 7-6 MVC) will look to bounce back from their loss to the Southern Illinois Salukis when they travel to Springfield, Missouri on Saturday to take on the Missouri State Bears.

Indiana State women return home this weekend

After suffering a loss at the hands of the Illinois State Redbirds, the Indiana State women’s basketball team looks to rebound this weekend as a pair of tough Missouri Valley Conference foes come to town.

Sanders trumps Clinton in New Hampshire

No one can deny it; primary elections are important. Primaries are instrumental in both parties’ decisions when choosing who to nominate for president. In a primary, voters choose which candidate they want a delegate to vote for. Those delegates then go to the party’s national convention, where votes are cast for that party’s presidential nomination.

Legalize hemp with health benefits

Recognizing cannabis isn’t harmful enough to warrant its criminalization, Colorado was the first state to legalize it for recreational use in 2012.

Comments state that ads and should be more diverse

I came across a book in the library this past week entitled “Global Perspectives on America.”

ISU shows its artistic side

Indiana State University is home to four different art galleries. These art galleries each house different themes, shows and display different types of art.

Indiana State alumnus to Trump, students: Waterboarding is torture

Presidential candidate Donald Trump may have won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, but it would be difficult for him to earn a vote from Indiana State University alumnus Dave Brant.

ISU alumna forges path to success through self-publishing

With the whisper of puffy snowflakes blanketing Terre Haute outside, a group of writers gathered Tuesday night in a meeting room in the Vigo County Public Library to celebrate and learn from one of the community’s own.

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