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Bugs start to take over ISU

Indiana State has been having issues with bugs so far this semester. From the stinkbugs that smell bad when you kill them to gnats that will not go away, students are getting fed up with dealing with the bugs.

Alums help with Homecoming costs

This past weekend was one of the biggest events for ISU alumni, Homecoming.

New architectural engineering major

Indiana State University will be adding a new major, architectural engineering, in Fall 2015.

Battle Tested Sycamores Prepare For No. 1 Bison

Hop into a time machine and set the date to Oct. 13, 2012, and the location to Fargo, North Dakota. When you arrive, you’ll see an up-and-coming Indiana State football team shock an entire nation, upending the No. 1 ranked North Dakota State Bison in a 17-14 thriller. History can repeat itself, right?

Perennial playoff teams square off in Week 7

Last week, the Dallas Cowboys proved they are for real. They went into Seattle and beat the Seahawks. I think that was a game that, unless you are a Cowboys fan, picked the defending World Champions to win that game. The “Legion of Boom” hasn’t been there for Seattle yet this season and, unless they find their stride soon, is in danger of not even making the playoffs due to the emergence of the Arizona Cardinals. 

College football slated to entertain

This week will once again surely have tough battles by both ranked and unranked matchups.

The life and times of a lazy gun

I found myself lying in bed the other night, my eyes fixated on three green dots ominously glowing from atop my nightstand...

Nobel Peace Prize goes to deserving candidates

When President Barack Obama won a Nobel Prize for essentially not being George Bush, I stopped caring about the Nobel Peace Prize.

Amanda Bynes checks into treatment

Amanda Bynes’ claim that a microchip implanted in her brain made her tweet bad things about her father could be key evidence in keeping the actress in a mental facility.

Stop the Madness Fest allows ISU students de-stress

The Theta Chi fraternity participated in the annual Stop the Madness Fest that took place at Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area on Oct. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m.

PAW presents ISU’s first Music Fest

Indiana State University has worked hard to get students to stay on campus during the weekends. Several programs have been put in place such as Programs All Weekend 

Homecoming awards handed out

Monday evening was Homecoming awards night, where sororities, fraternities and student organizations learned their placing in the Homecoming event rankings.


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