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“Unholey Soles” shoe drive raises money to aid missions

On April 28 through the 30th, Indiana State University students and staff can bring shoes to donate to Baptist Collegiate Ministry in the “Unholey Soles” event.

Senior music major recital takes a narrative twist

Heather Sampson’s senior recital on April 19 will be as unique as her interest in music.

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.

Sycamore Basketball loses assistant coach to Bowling Green

Indiana State head basketball coach Greg Lansing announced on April 18 that David Ragland has resigned as assistant coach to take a similar position at Bowling Green University.

Sycamores punish Panthers on Tuesday

Indiana State freshman left hander Ryan Keaffaber won his first game as the Sycamores defeated the Eastern Illinois Panthers 6-4 in a mid-week non-conference game Tuesday.

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.

New cryptocurrencies taking the global economy by storm

 Bitcoin has turned an anonymous form of payment into a new industry of creating, spending and collecting a virtual coin.

Battle of the dollar signs: politicians vote to raise the roof

After the McCutcheon ruling, opponents to the decision wildly lamented the Supreme Court because they knew that it would open the floodgates to infinite amounts of cash, especially for Republican campaigns.

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.

Career center helps students with professional life

There is no reason to wait until senior year to walk through the doors of the center.

Library now caters to students’ study week schedules

With big tests looming, students are hitting the books harder than they have all semester, attempting to cram nearly four months of information into their heads in a week’s time.

Exercise, with a little caffeine, will get the body going

If you did procrastinate or desperately need a 100 percent to push your grade over the hump, you may need a study buddy. And by that, I mean caffeine.

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