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Some students try to avoid the dreaded “freshman 15” by going to the Indiana State University Student Recreation Center, which happens to be one of the most popular buildings on campus.
Indiana State University’s Cunningham Memorial Library provides students a number of tools for success.
Financial aid can be a daunting experience for freshman to face, but Indiana State University staff are trying to make it as painless as possible.
The financial aid office is located in Tirey Hall through the Heritage Ballroom entrance next to the School of Graduate Studies, which is different from last year.
The Indiana State University athletic community, along with family, friends and fans, paused Monday night to honor the spring sports teams at the Sycamore Spring Sports Banquet presented by Terre Haute Savings Bank.
The Indiana State softball team is closing out their season with a three-game series against conference rival Northern Iowa this weekend. Coming off a 2-0 loss to Purdue in West Lafayette, the Sycamores record sits at 21-27 overall.
The Indiana State softball team battled the Purdue Boilermakers in a pitching duel before falling to the Boilers 2-0 in West Lafayette on Wednesday.
Freshmen always ask me, “What’s fun to do at Indiana State University?” It’s simple, really. The best thing any student can do is get involved. There are many organizations at ISU to take part in as well as many events that are free to ISU students.
Many people have advice about college but most of it has to do with what classes or majors to participate in.
Therefore I felt it would be wise to discuss some things about college everyone needs to know from the perspective of someone who is on his way out.
Toya Graham, a single mother from Baltimore, Maryland, saw her son wearing a mask and throwing rocks at police officers and her reaction has resulted in a whirlwind of media coverage, interviews and praise.
College may be stressful at times, but resources such as the Indiana State University Counseling Center are available to help students maintain good mental and emotional health.
With almost 15 percent of Indiana State University students participating in fraternities and sororities, Greek Life is a big part of college life. With each new school year comes a new crop of prospective members interested in rushing ISU sororities and fraternities.
Alina Thomas, a junior speech language pathology major, worked the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association bake sale this week. The proceeds went to Camp David, a camp for children with communication disorders (Photos by Rochelle Weymouth).