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Library disturbances a nuisance

Students have filed complaints against other students for being disruptive while in the library.

Bugs start to take over ISU

Indiana State has been having issues with bugs so far this semester. From the stinkbugs that smell bad when you kill them to gnats that will not go away, students are getting fed up with dealing with the bugs.

Alums help with Homecoming costs

This past weekend was one of the biggest events for ISU alumni, Homecoming.

ISU soccer team routed by the Redbirds

The Indiana State women’s soccer team suffered a 4-0 loss to the Illinois State Redbirds Sunday afternoon in Normal, Illinois.

Sycamores fall to No. 1 North Dakota Saturday

No. 1 North Dakota State extended their FCS record-winning streak to 31 games as the Bison earned a 34-17 victory over No. 22/23 Indiana State in front of 18,477 fans inside Fargodome.

Mascari runs to fifth at Pre-Nationals; Lucas 17th to pace Indiana State women

Indiana State junior John Mascari continued to impress the cross-country world with his gutty effort while senior Nicole Lucas is closing out her Indiana State career with career best efforts at nearly every stop this season.

Sexual assault not a result of misunderstanding, intent is evident

In response to an article published in the Statesman’s Oct. 15 issue, titled “Sexual assault hurts men, women,” I am outlining some inconsistencies and providing some statistical clarifications to certain points in Mr. Ramseier’s piece.

The life and times of a lazy gun

I found myself lying in bed the other night, my eyes fixated on three green dots ominously glowing from atop my nightstand...

Nobel Peace Prize goes to deserving candidates

When President Barack Obama won a Nobel Prize for essentially not being George Bush, I stopped caring about the Nobel Peace Prize.

New music festival proves to be a big hit

The Student Government Association has teamed up with Programs All Weekend, Union Board, the Residence Hall Association and WZIS to put on the first-ever Sycamore Music Festival.

‘Human Centipede 2’ a new staple of the horror genre

In honor of Halloween, the Statesman will be putting out Halloween Horror movie reviews throughout this month.

Stop the Madness Fest allows ISU students de-stress

The Theta Chi fraternity participated in the annual Stop the Madness Fest that took place at Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area on Oct. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m.


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