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ISU police officers recognized at award dinner

A recognition and commendation dinner was held Tuesday evening in honor of the Indiana State University Police Department.

Students step up at Latin Dance Night

Dede II was cleared of all tables and chairs to make room for dancing on Tuesday night. Latin music blared from the room and enticed students of all backgrounds to join to party and learn some Latin dance steps.

Indiana State fraternity honored with North American recognition

The North American Interfraternity Conference has chosen Indiana State University’s Pi Kappa Alpha chapter to be listed among the top 10 of the conference’s 5,500 chapters.

ISU honors students at Sycamore Spring Sports Banquet

The Indiana State University athletic community, along with family, friends and fans, paused Monday night to honor the spring sports teams at the Sycamore Spring Sports Banquet presented by Terre Haute Savings Bank.

Softball set to close out regular season on the road

The Indiana State softball team is closing out their season with a three-game series against conference rival Northern Iowa this weekend. Coming off a 2-0 loss to Purdue in West Lafayette, the Sycamores record sits at 21-27 overall. 

Indiana State unable to score against Purdue Boilermakers

The Indiana State softball team battled the Purdue Boilermakers in a pitching duel before falling to the Boilers 2-0 in West Lafayette on Wednesday.

‘Mom of the year’ drags son out of Baltimore riot

Toya Graham, a single mother from Baltimore, Maryland, saw her son wearing a mask and throwing rocks at police officers and her reaction has resulted in a whirlwind of media coverage, interviews and praise.

Master your manliness

Well, this is it; this is my last column for you guys. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing for you during these last two years of my college career, but I’m not done yet.

New York transit bans hateful ads

When I was in high school, a guest speaker came to give a speech. She was a survivor of the Holocaust who watched her family get sent to the crematoriums while she was forced to live years in a concentration camp.

NSSLHA raises money for Camp David

Alina Thomas, a junior speech language pathology major, worked the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association bake sale this week. The proceeds went to Camp David, a camp for children with communication disorders (Photos by Rochelle Weymouth).

Pinterest event provides students an arts and crafts night

Students flexed their creatives muscles this past Saturday at the Pinterest Around the World event hosted by Programs All Weekend, or PAW.

Food drive benefits Feeding America

Zach Richey of Lambda Chi Alpha displays the fraternity’s flag while riding on the group’s teeter totter. Dan Dooley, also a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, participated in the food drive. The food was donated to Feeding America (Photos by Ayden Jent).

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