Indiana Statesman

Weapon on campus alerts ISUPD, students

A video of a student holding a gun was shared from an Indiana State University dorm last week, prompting a public safety advisory and a pending investigation.

The Ask Me; Hear Me project opens conversations for students

There is a new project at ISU called the Ask Me; Hear Me project.

SGA attempts to impeach president, Director of Finance

An effort to impeach the Student Government Association president and finance director failed Wednesday evening. Also, some members of the senate stepped down from their positions in the group.

Softball team heads to the Spring Fling

Sycamores came away from the Sportco Classic with a record of 2-3 two weeks ago. With two weeks of added practice time, the Sycamores’ softball team will be among five schools heading down to Bowling Green, Ky. to participate in the WKU HillTopper Spring Fling.

Men’s basketball defeats Northern Iowa on senior night

Four seniors on Indiana State men’s basketball team ended their career inside the Hulman Center with a 69-59 win over the University of Northern Iowa.

Sycamores to take on Purple Aces in season finale

Indiana State will make the quick trip down the road on Saturday to take on Evansville in the season finale. The Sycamores improved their record to 11-18 on the season with their 69-59 victory over Northern Iowa on senior night.

Slut shaming, victim blaming, and the meaning of consent

Gender roles have shaped the development of humankind for thousands of years. Our primitive ancestors were able to navigate their surroundings by dividing survival tasks amongst the family or tribal unit.

White House memo might endanger bees’ endangered status

Last year we came to a rather depressing conclusion: the bees are disappearing. The consensus was so strong that the Rusty Patched Bumblebee got approval to be added to the endangered species list.

Pruitt poorly picked for EPA

A rather frightening event occurred last week in the senate: Scott Pruitt was confirmed to head the Environmental Protection Agency.

Vagina Monologues seeks to empower women

“The Vagina Monologues” is coming to ISU tonight and Saturday night in the Hulman Memorial Student Union at 7:30 p.m.

‘For Honor’ one of the most unique games in recent history

“Once you cross swords with someone, you know their heart.” A line from the latest Ubisoft game, “For Honor”.

Dance Marathon raises funds this weekend

State Dance Marathon is set to host their annual Dance Marathon to raise money for Riley Children’s Hospital on Saturday, Feb. 25.

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