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Reeve Hall master key goes missing

The master key for Reeve Hall East and West at Indiana State University was lost Tuesday evening. The mishap forced a police presence at the residence hall and undue stress for its residents.

Alumnus urges Indiana State students to stand up against racism

For the next generation to make a difference in race relations, Millennials must know their history — and vote. 

Sycamores take to the seas for hands-on learning

Three Indiana State University students — one of whom is a first-semester freshman — jetted to San Diego recently to get an up-close look at oceanographic research and specimen collection from some of the world’s experts.

Financial aid due date around the corner

The financial aid document deadline for Fall 2014 is Monday, Dec. 1.

Sewall named National Defensive Player of the Week

Indiana State junior defensive back Mark Sewall has been named the National Defensive Player of the Week by two different news outlets following his heroics in the overtime road victory against Youngstown State. Additionally, the Sycamores moved back into the Top 20 in both national polls.

Halftime challenge profits The Cure Starts Now Foundation

Indiana State student organizations take part in the Layup 4 Lauren Challenge during last nights men’s basketball game against St. Louis. Students were to spin around fives then attempt to do a layup shot with their non-dominant hand. If they missed they had to donate $10 to The Cure Starts Now Foundation.

Soccer awards announced

Maddie Orf and Sydney Lovelace have earned spots on the 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete Team. Every year, the Missouri Valley Conference recognizes individuals in each sport for their accomplishments in the classroom.

Focus of college should be gaining knowledge

Often when I talk to my friends from high school who didn’t continue with college, I get asked why I’m going. 

Flirtacious faux pas

Social media enables practices that could lead to cheating

Vegan-friendly campus a goal for ISU students

Thanks to Tyler Sanders and the Indiana Statesmen for reporting on the mistreatment of farmed animals and the 10 Billion Lives tour [“Meet your meat: tour sheds light on animal cruelty;” Nov. 12].

Group punishment of Greeks not the answer

On Friday, Nov. 7, a West Virginia University freshman student died from alcohol poisoning. 

Banquet to raise money for medical clinic supplies

The Timmy Global Health Winter Banquet will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 19, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Magna Carta Room in Federal Hall.

Be aware: winter weather increases risks

A vehicle crash occurred in the North Pay Lot at Indiana State University on Thursday.

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