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The NAACP has recognized Kale Walker, human resources director with the Indiana State University Foundation, with the Clara Luper Youth & College Advisor of the Year Award.
Indiana State University and CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center are joining forces to educate current and future generations about the Holocaust, genocide and related issues.
We spend much of our lives waiting to be able to live by ourselves. No rules, no parents and nothing to annoy you is what you think it will be like, but it isn’t anything like that.
Coming off the most successful soccer season in Lady Sycamore history, the expectations are extremely high with Head Coach Erika True entering her sixth season at the helm The Lady Sycamores are already off to a good start after posting a 1-0 exhibition win over Austin Peay on Monday, August 11.
Indiana State athletic director Ron Prettyman has announced the promotion of Joey Wells to head coach of the ISU women’s basketball program on Wednesday evening.
I would like to welcome you back to Indiana State University for a new academic year. I hope that you all had a fun and exciting summer and are now prepared for a year of excellent opportunities. To our new students, welcome to the most fun and exciting four, five or six years of your life, depending on your pace.
I hope that everyone’s unpacked, settled in and ready to face the challenges of the school year ahead. For the many of you just beginning your college experience, I would like to welcome you to Indiana State University and wish you all the best.
When I first came to Indiana State University five years ago, I’ll admit that I thought I might be in the wrong place. I didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin and I was pretty sure that I’d either drop out or transfer by the end of the year. Then I found my family.
On Monday, August 18, incoming freshman were officially welcomed to the university as they partook in the annual March through the Arch. The march is a tradition that began 10 years ago, and is meant to symbolize the change in a person beginning their college career. The arch, located at the corner of 3rd and Cherry streets, has welcomed thousands of students over the years, but this year up being the largest in school history. President of Indiana State University, Daniel Bradley, waited on the far side of the arch to greet the new and returning students.
Department of Theater faculty newcomer David Valdez cites the time he wore six-inch platform heels on stage as the most memorable moment of his acting career.
In the dimly lit theater, Rosencrantz exclaimed, “fire!” and instead of shuffling to the nearest exit, the audience sat captivated and enraptured by the clever nuances that were penned into the script of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead.”