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Search committee looks for new provost

Indiana State University had made a committee to search for a new provost.

‘Lacks’ author discusses bestseller, journey, HeLa cells

Rebecca Skloot, author of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” spoke to Indiana State University students and faculty at Tilson Auditorium on Monday, Oct. 20.

It’s easy being green: Sustainability Day educates ISU students

Indiana State University’s Institute for Community Sustainability — ICS — is relatively new and was founded in 2012.

Sycamores set to visit Salukis on Saturday

The routine has become all too similar for Indiana State University football the last several weeks in regard to playing a Top 25 team nearly every Saturday, but for the first time all season the Sycamores face an unfamiliar dilemma, one they hope they can conquer rather than allow it to destroy what has been quite a year so far.

Volleyball hits the road to face conference foes

Looking to continue its win streak, the Indiana State Volleyball team hits the road to face Southern Illinois and Evansville in a pair of weekend matches.

Schedule heats up with mid-season matchups

As the NFL nears the midway point of the 2014 season, races inside both the divisions and conferences are beginning to take shape. 

Week eight features three matchups that have the chance to define the early season status of six different teams.

Elections allow voters to research candidates

It wasn’t that long ago that we saw red or blue signs around every corner. There was the “NObama” ad campaign at its full speed and people pointing out that Mitt Romney “didn’t work before, so he won’t work now.” 

Amazon to open store in New York City

I have good news, everyone: Amazon plans to open its first brick-and-mortar store, by which I mean a physical location in midtown New York City.

Detroit improvements paint picture of prosperity

Detroit, Michigan, is 142 square miles in area, large enough to fit Manhattan, Boston and San Francisco within its city limits. From 1945-72, Detroit was the epicenter for those seeking to achieve financial stability and occupational success.

‘The Color Purple’ performance set for November

It’s convenient that Indiana State University student Kyle Guyton got his start in theater by helping with passion plays in his hometown of Indianapolis. His latest project

Henrietta Lacks lives on in biography, family
New music festival proves to be a big hit

The Student Government Association has teamed up with Programs All Weekend, Union Board, the Residence Hall Association and WZIS to put on the first-ever Sycamore Music Festival.


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