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Nursing program golden anniversary raises $80,000

When Jack Turman Jr. came to Indiana State University last fall and learned the nursing program was marking its golden anniversary, he set a simple goal.

Fall course designed to inspire entrepreneurship

Indiana State University lecturer Lori Henson will be teaching a course in the fall on entrepreneurial journalism that was inspired by a January conference she attended in Phoenix.

Thai delegation studies American university system

A group of doctoral students from Thailand left Indiana State on April 13 with backgrounds on the American educational system that they hope will help formulate a new concept for education at home.

Indiana State women’s basketball lands junior college transfer

Junior college All-American point guard Alexis Newbolt signed a letter of intent to play with Indiana State Women’s Basketball on Wednesday.

Sycamores to host Braves in Easter weekend series

The Indiana State women’s softball team will play host to the Bradley Braves this weekend at Price Field for a three-game weekend series.

Sycamore Softball splits against visiting Ramblers

The Indiana State Softball team hosted Loyola on Tuesday for a mi-week conference match up. The Sycamores lost the fisrt bout 2-1 but won the second by a final tally of 5-3.

Letter to the editor: Students for Concealed Carry

If we want to truly make a difference, shouldn’t we explore every option based on evidence that it works elsewhere? Concealed Carry on campus is in seven states, and it works.

Is there an alcohol problem on campus?

With the semester winding down, students need to find ways to blow off steam. But are students blowing more than their grades and a .08?

Standardized tests hinder the progress they gauge

At home, there is a major struggle students are facing: they are losing time going over precious class material to learn how to take a standardized test.

Terminal bar adds history and life to Terre Haute

Many students go out to the Terminal bar on weekends, but few realize the rich history behind it.

Community School of Arts offers summer programs

The Community School of Arts is going to be hosting their annual summer workshops for adults and students.

Performing Arts Series offers “Beast” of a time

The timeless fairytale Beauty & the Beast comes to life for an evening of love, magic and adventure on April 28, at 7:30 p.m., in Tilson Auditorium.

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