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Sycamores commemorate Founder’s Day with speakers President Daniel J. Bradley and Dr. Kandi Hill-Clarke, the dean of the Bayh College of Education.
Do you have a big interview coming up and nothing to wear? The Indiana State University Career Center has a solution.
On Jan. 28 at approximately 11:30 a.m. a person exposed himself in the Commons in Hulman Memorial Student Union. Approximately 90 minutes later, a person matching the same description repeated the act while on the third floor of Cunningham Library.
The Indiana State University men’s basketball team returns home for a Missouri Valley Conference matchup against the Bradley Braves. Bradley comes into this game having lost six out of its last seven games and sit at 7-15 on the season, while going 2-7 in the MVC.
After a shaky start to Missouri Valley Conference play, the Indiana State University Sycamores are sitting with a conference record of 3-5 and an overall record of 13-6.
Indiana State University basketball head coach Greg Lansing joined forces with the American Cancer Society Jan. 29 at the Indiana State House to bring awareness to cancer research with members of the state legislature.
It’s finally 2015, the year that we are supposed to have flying cars and hover boards but all we get is $10 million to artificial intelligence.
The American court system was founded upon the idea that everyone deserves a fair chance, not only in normal life but also in the court systems.
More often than not, we let emotions get the best of ourselves. We become easily consumed by drama, petty jealousy and competition, allowing it to control our time and expel our energy.
Not every organization can boast a legacy lasting over a century, but Indiana State University’s Alpha Omicron Pi can — and they’re still going strong today.
Dance styles from two different continents have a commonality among three dance instructors at Indiana State University — lyrical movement is so integral to their lives, it’s like speaking.
Soulaf Abas, Syrian artist, Indiana State graduate and adjunct art professor, just wants to make the world a more beautiful place.
The 29-year-old was born and raised in Damascus, Syria, though she earned both her MFA and BFA at ISU. Six months after she started graduate school at ISU, however, her homeland became a war zone.