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SaVE Act to update ISU’s sexual violence policies

Indiana State University is going to expand its policy regarding stalking, domestic violence and dating violence.

ISU to offer genetic counseling master’s program

Indiana State is starting a new graduate program for a career that is said to be very competitive.

College name change brings greater opportunity

The College of Nursing recently decided to make a change to its name. As of July 1 the College of Nursing will be renamed the College of Health and Human Services.

MVC teams gear up for showdown in St. Louis

It was supposed to be a dynamite year for men’s basketball in the Missouri Valley Conference. Wichita State and Northern Iowa were the expected favorites but teams such as Evansville, Illinois State and Missouri State were to be strong competitors and challenge the top tier.

Sycamore women to bear down on Missouri State Thursday

The Indiana State Sycamores women’s basketball team broke their three-game losing streak by defeating in-state rival University of Evansville this past Friday. The Sycamores had been in a slump for the past couple of weeks, losing three consecutive games to Southern Illinois, Northern Iowa and Drake.

Sycamore track and field teams capture conference crowns

The race for the Missouri Valley Conference team championship on the men’s side was determined with two races to go. On the women’s side, the title was up for grabs heading into the final event as the Indiana State women trailed the Salukis of Southern Illinois by five points.

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.

Rude student heckling ruins bingo game night

On Thursday, Jan. 19, I attended the Glow in the Dark Bingo night at the Hulman Memorial Student Union’s Dede I. For the most part, this was an enjoyable experience, despite playing the universal game for the elderly.

Technology bridges college communication gap

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

ISU prayer service encourages students in time of need

Indiana State University students gathered Thursday for the 192nd-annual National Collegiate Day of Prayer.

New Latino Student Union aspires to add diversity, culture to ISU

The Latino Student Union, a new organization on Indiana State University’s campus, is looking to make an immediate impact.


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