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Summer classes help students stay on track

Taking summer classes is usually the furthest thing from students’ minds, especially after returning from spring break, but it’s something they should seriously consider.

ISU fraternity faces suspension, investigation

ATO president asserts that ISU’s chapter did nothing wrong

Indiana State University’s chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is suspended pending an investigation by university officials.

Greek Awards honor sorority for community efforts

Zeta Tau Alpha was recently awarded the President’s Cup for Panhellenic Council Sorority of the Year, an award recognized as a high achievement for the sorority.

ISU football announces 2015 fall schedule

The Indiana State football team, under the direction of third-year head football coach Mike Sanford, has announced its 2015 schedule as season tickets are on sale at the Hulman Center Ticket Office.

ISU opens play at Bob Warn field with 4-game home stand

Indiana State baseball will be all business this weekend as they host the Indiana State Tournament at Bob Warn Field and play four games in as many days.

ISU recovers from losing streak in win over Penguins

The Sycamore baseball team earned a 9-3 victory over the Penguins of Youngstown State. The game was played at Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana.

Raising the bar on going out

A Young Man’s Guide to College

A night out shouldn’t be a means to an end

We guys like to think that we’re the leaders in all situations. It’s inconceivable thinking that we could fall short or be lured into foolishness, but what if I told you that was false?

Exercise has more perks than just health

A Young Man’s Guide to College

If you’re one of those guys who thinks that working out is for pretentious jerks, then this column is to help you off of your high horse.

“The Lazarus Effect” takes horror fans on a wild ride

For you horror movie buffs out there, a new movie called “The Lazarus Effect” came out last week. I was incredibly excited when I saw the trailer since it featured Olivia Wilde — seeing her name among the cast will sell me on any movie.

‘Black By Popular Demand 2’ returns to campus

February is designated as Black History Month, but that doesn’t mean that it has to end there.

‘Miss Julie’ takes the stage in ISU production

Dreiser Theater was transformed into 1799 Virginia over the weekend.

Technology bridges college communication gap

Communication is key when it comes to succeeding in college, and technology has made it even easier.


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