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Fountain renovation part of multi-year process

Construction is currently taking place at Dede Plaza to make a new entrance for the Banquet Center. For 25 years at Indiana State University, Dede Plaza has been a major landmark on campus.

Edy's Ice Cream moving to new location in HMSU

Edy’s Ice Cream may have closed where it was previously located, but it is not leaving the Hulman Memorial Student Union. Soon there will be a smaller, new and improved Edy’s.

Perseverance, patience pay off

Hello, fellow students! My name is Garry and I’m a language studies major. Last year was my first year at Indiana State University. I’m attending ISU on a combination of state and federal grants and an academic scholarship. Because of these, I don’t have to work! But it didn’t come easily.

Sycamore volleyball gears up for Holiday Inn Classic

Volleyball is back in a big way at Indiana State this weekend, as the Sycamores will host the Holiday Inn Classic, a two-day event beginning Friday morning at 9 a.m.

IU ready to roll out high-octane offense

Indiana University’s football program has never been the topic of much national discussion, but fourth-year head coach Kevin Wilson is quietly piecing together a 2014 Hoosiers team that has the capability of turning a few heads.

ISU hopes to showcase improvement

The question of whether Indiana State Football’s soul-searching off-season of seeking leadership and maturity has improved head coach Mike Sanford’s ball club will get an answer on Saturday as the Sycamores prepare for their nationally-televised season debut against the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington, Ind.

Getting rid of shopping anxiety

Let’s face it, gents, we don’t really enjoy going shopping for clothes. Every guy likes to look good, but the biggest problem is that most of us loathe the cumbersome process of shopping — to the extent that we don’t even want to think about waiting in lines, trying on different clothing items and thinking about how others will perceive us if we were to purchase and wear those items. 

Lifeline law helps young adults stay safe

It’s the start of the year, and everybody is getting back into the swing of things. 

Harassment and flirtation: Define your line

Sexual harassment has been thrown into the spotlight recently with a number of campus rape cases going unpunished and even in some unexpected places, like this year’s San Diego Comic Con 2014. The convention has only recently started cracking down on the harassment of female “cosplayers” – people who dress up as a certain character. This year at Gen Con they even made an announcement that simply wearing a costume is not consent.

Stop!-arazzi: Quit reaching for the stars

We have a pervasive problem in our society, and that is the focus on the life of celebrities. This week alone, we have two large stories floating around, stories that wouldn’t otherwise be news: “Brangelina” getting married and Joan Rivers going to the hospital.

Comedian Maria Falzone speaks at Tilson Auditorium

Comedian and “sexpert” Maria Falzone took the stage for her 18th consecutive year at Indiana State University’s Tilson Auditorium Tuesday evening to educate students about safe sex.

Dishonored: steampunk, stealth, satisfaction

Until the end of the month, those who own an Xbox 360 and a paid subscription to Xbox Live can download Dishonored for free from the Xbox Live Marketplace. If you have the hard drive space, I couldn't recommend a great stealth game more highly.

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