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Glow Run supports health care clinic

Timmy Global Health held their second annual Glow Run Thursday with students, staff, faculty and community members taking part in the event.

Database connects students, professionals

The Career Center launched the Alumni Mentoring Database to help students network with alumni in similar career paths.

Union Board Banquet celebrates end of the year

Students and faculty celebrated the end of the year for the Hulman Memorial Student Union Board.

Sycamores walk off with series sweep

Indiana State baseball swept a pair of games in exciting fashion this weekend over Arkansas-Little Rock at Bob Warn Field in Terre Haute.

Sycamores split Sunday doubleheader against Southern Illinois

This weekend the Indiana State Sycamores competed against Southern Illinois for senior weekend. Saturday’s game was cancelled due to rain, but Sunday the Sycamores and Salukis faced off in a doubleheader.

Records broken as ISU closes Drake Relays on high note

Three school records were broken and junior Adarius Washington put forth the fifth-fastest time in the nation in the 110-meter hurdles as the Indiana State Track and Field team wrapped up competition at a cold and soggy final day at the Drake Relays on Saturday.

Road construction hits a speed bump

How many times have you traveled around town and noticed how bad the roads are?

Texas caterer cited for attempts to feed San Antonio’s poor

Joan Cheever, a well-known caterer and attorney in San Antonio, Texas, has carried out her personal tradition of feeding the homeless people throughout the city.

Google under fire in Europe for ‘faulty business practices’

People start businesses every day all across America in hopes to be successful, make money and create a legacy.

Pinterest event provides students an arts and crafts night

Students flexed their creatives muscles this past Saturday at the Pinterest Around the World event hosted by Programs All Weekend, or PAW.

Food drive benefits Feeding America

Zach Richey of Lambda Chi Alpha displays the fraternity’s flag while riding on the group’s teeter totter. Dan Dooley, also a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, participated in the food drive. The food was donated to Feeding America (Photos by Ayden Jent).

New frat members stomp the yard in Yard Show

Omega Psi Phi, Alpha Phi Alpha and Kappa Alpha Psi recently welcomed their new initiates to their fraternities.


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