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Parking issues plague permit-holders

Parking spaces around campus this year have been extremely scarce and the lack of spaces has been tempting students to park in unauthorized lots. Students often have to park in remote lots and walk far to their housing.

Veterans cash in on service benefits

Indiana State University helps veterans by offering programs and giving them the benefits received through military work.

Every year Indiana State has thousands of students who enroll, and between 350 and 360 enrolling each semester are veterans.

Harassment on campus

Harassment reports have been filed at Indiana State University and these acts are happening across campus.

Sycamore soccer suckerpunches Chicago State

The Indiana State women’s soccer team earned a decisive 7-0 victory over the Chicago State Cougars Sunday afternoon in front of 200 fans. It was the first regular season match at home in the 2014 season. ISU improves to 2-4-2 on the season, while Chicago State drops to 1-7.

ISU rings Ball State's bell

For the first time since 1987, the Indiana State University football team traveled to Municie and defeated the Ball State Cardinals, a long-standing rival, 27-20. Backed by stout defense and solid quarterback play, the Sycamores returned to Terre Haute with the Victory Bell. 

Volleyball takes 2 of 3 on weekend road trip

The Indiana State volleyball team continued its winning ways on Friday afternoon as it upended previously undefeated Southern Utah, 3-1, at the SIUE Cougar Classic at the Vadalabene Center.

Pence possible player in 2016 presidential race

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has stirred quite a bit of 2016 presidential speculation. Though he’s a new governor, having been elected in 2012, Governor Pence slowly became more appealing as a possible candidate following his speech at the 2013 National Rifle Association convention. As he stood before members of the powerful American lobby and executed invigorating oratorical skills, it seemed rather intuitive that, of course, Mike Pence would partake in the 2016 election.

Net neutrality supporters should avoid double standard

The Internet: the lifeblood of the modern world. It’s been the network that keeps us all tied together. It keeps evolving and keeps changing day in and day out. One of those changes is the legislation that may one day restrict what we do on the web.

Lower-income students snubbed by Greek life

Many students choose Indiana State University due to our rich Greek life options.

While they aren’t for everybody, they still remain incredibly popular, and this year would seem to be a good year to join a sorority with the building of Reeve Hall. But Reeve Hall is also one of the most expensive housing options on campus.

Oktoberfest shines light on German culture

The 42nd Annual Oktoberfest took place this weekend at the Clabber Girl Plaza and was an overall success.

Mocktail Mingle: Homesickness ‘shaken, not stirred’ into submission

Thirsty to know what’s happening on campus? This Tuesday the Mocktail Mingle was held in Dede 1. This event was geared towards getting the students at Indiana State more socially active.

14th annual Blues Fest ready to rock downtown

The 14th annual Blues at the Crossroads festival is in town this Friday and Saturday only.

Blues at the Crossroads, or more commonly known as Blues Fest, is a local festival where blues performers come from across the nation to play for our downtown Terre Haute crowd.

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