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Rounding out the tour

At the ISU Barnes & Noble Book Store you can find nearly anything. Found on the first floor is the full-service cafe, customers can pick up Starbucks brand coffee, pastries and snacks.Probably the most notable function of the book store would be the books. Follow the escalator upstairs to find all manner of text books available new or used, for purchase or rental. The campus book store’s spirit shop, located just beside the cafe, is your one stop for all things Sycamore. Class texts aren’t the only books offered. Also found on the ground floor is a variety of popular novels, timeless classics and an arsenal of helpful guides.

Public Safety gives advice on good decisions

College is an exciting place. Newfound friendships and freedom and the lure of a new town begging to be explored are just some of the experiences new students discover.

Out of the frying pan and into the fire

How the Career Center can take you from classroom to the job market.

Sycamores shine at Jesse Owens Classic

The men and women’s track and field teams return from Mt. Sac Relays and the Jesse Owens Track Classic with more record-breaking times to add to the history books.

Sycamores swing and miss on road trip to Canisius College

The Sycamores traveled to Canisius College over the weekend and returned with just one win from the three-game series.

Sycamores couldn’t brave Bradley’s bats

This past weekend, the Indiana State women’s softball team battled the Bradley Braves in a three game home stand.

Welcome to Indiana State University

When I first came to Indiana State University five years ago, I’ll admit that I thought I might be in the wrong place. I didn’t feel comfortable in my own skin and I was pretty sure that I’d either drop out or transfer by the end of the year. Then I found my family.

Just one more thing before you go...

We have once again come to the end of another year. We’ve seen ups and downs and everything in between.

How do you feel about the semester ending?

It is now the end of the semester. With the semester coming to a close, though, there are lots of tears and lots of cheers.

Going Greek: more than just frat boys

Identifying fact from fiction with Fraternal and Panhelenic orders.

Student takes her fashion designs to the Big Apple

After she graduates in June, senior textiles, apparel and merchandising major Karolina Gujska will show her fashion line in New York City, and begin her career in the fashion field.

Commencement speakers set for Spring graduation

Terre Haute native and Indiana State University graduate Sally Neville will serve as the alumni speaker for Indiana State’s spring commencement.

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