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Donald Trump Rally

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump stumped for votes in Terre Haute on Sunday, pitching his plan for the presidency to nearly 2,100 Hoosiers packed in the Indiana Theater ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

Donald Trump stumps for votes in Terre Haute

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump stumped for votes in Terre Haute on Sunday, pitching his plan for the presidency to nearly 2,100 Hoosiers packed in the Indiana Theater ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

Seniors prepare for graduation at Grad Fair

Hundreds of seniors attended the Graduation Fair this Wednesday and Thursday at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore to pick up their caps and gowns and participate in some final activities before they enter into the status of Indiana State University alumni.

Athletics begins a new chapter this summer

The sports section of the Indiana Statesman has been filled with features, previews, and recaps all year long, highlighting what has been another successful year on and off the various playing surfaces.

First year as a college athlete is in the books

Being a college athlete is definitely not all that it seems. Some may see it as glamorous, some challenging, but it is easily both of those characteristics.

Softball visits Purdue Wednesday

After yet another much-improved weekend by the Sycamores, Indiana State softball travels to West Lafayette Wednesday for a mid-week matchup against in-state foe Purdue.

Religion in Government: A fine line easily crossed

The government’s role in religion has been a hotly debated topic for years now.

Sycamore Summit: degrees open doors

The Sycamore tree is reputed for its ability to thrive in big cities, having a unique way of growing and being able to reach unprecedented heights.

Waiting for the Bern

I was attending the student media appreciation event Wednesday evening anticipating pizza and thinking about the paper I needed to write that night. Before I got my pizza, one of my Statesman coworkers had already left the room to run across campus and wait outside the Debs house. As soon as I got the news, I was grabbing my camera and practically jogging across campus to wait with him.

Applying for a job after college can be extremely stressful

Graduating college is an accomplishment many fondly remember; however, it can be stressful in many ways.

Interview with Vernon Cheeks

In many people’s lives, graduating from college is seen as a significant milestone. It is a time for reflection and joy.

Eugene V. Debs house preserves history

Students might not notice the humble house that stands alone on Eighth Street. The house doesn’t look like anything special from the outside — just a two-story home with a plain white finish and rustic look.

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