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Walking around campus one cannot help but walk by some form of construction. One of the major construction projects on campus is the renovation of Mills Hall.
Indiana State University has once again earned the Washington Monthly College Guide’s top ranking for community service by students among 277 national universities.
Volleyball is back in a big way at Indiana State this weekend, as the Sycamores will host the Holiday Inn Classic, a two-day event beginning Friday morning at 9 a.m.
Indiana University’s football program has never been the topic of much national discussion, but fourth-year head coach Kevin Wilson is quietly piecing together a 2014 Hoosiers team that has the capability of turning a few heads.
The question of whether Indiana State Football’s soul-searching off-season of seeking leadership and maturity has improved head coach Mike Sanford’s ball club will get an answer on Saturday as the Sycamores prepare for their nationally-televised season debut against the Indiana Hoosiers in Bloomington, Ind.
Sexual harassment has been thrown into the spotlight recently with a number of campus rape cases going unpunished and even in some unexpected places, like this year’s San Diego Comic Con 2014. The convention has only recently started cracking down on the harassment of female “cosplayers” – people who dress up as a certain character. This year at Gen Con they even made an announcement that simply wearing a costume is not consent.
In the world of fast food, McDonald’s, Burger King and Tim Hortons reign supreme. Oh wait, haven’t heard of that last one? Unless you’re from Canada, I would not expect you to know who they are.
After spending a few days on campus, you’ve already come to expect construction sites and one-way streets. You’ve realized that you’ll be waiting in line until November to speak with a financial aid employee and that you’re going to be poor for awhile [or the rest of your life].
There are many lights, yet the bar always seems dim. The bar is old, varnished and waxed oak with a massive mirror on the wall blocked by fifty-something different spirits for the discerning booze-hound.
Actor, director, producer and author Henry Winkler will kick off this year’s Indiana State University Speakers Series.
Part stand-up comedian, part pro bono therapist and part teacher, Maria Falzone wears many hats. The Boston native has been touring the United States for 18 years now, educating and entertaining primarily college-age students with her one-woman show, “Maria Falzone’s Sex Rules!” Falzone herself has made an annual appearance to Indiana State University for over a decade now and is set to return August 26th at 7:00 p.m. for her 17th annual show.