Isaaiel Collins-Jones sits down with two representatives from the career center to talk about their upcoming events for students!
Indiana State University hosted a Condom Carnival on Feb. 11 in Dede 1 in the Hulman Memorial Student Union in order to educate students on safe sex practices.
It is black history month and black students have been excited ever since the Black History Month Kick-off which was held on Feb. 3. The black community within Indiana State University have been looking forward to the events that are planned throughout this month, including Hiplet.
Biography: Dr. Andrea Arrington received her bachelor’s degree in history at Knox College. She continued on to study African history at the master’s level at Emory University before getting her Ph.D. in history. Her areas of study include African history, African studies, Women’s/Gender studies, Atlantic world, and public health.
The Sycamore track & field teams had a productive day at the Hoosier Hills meet, taking home six individual victories to go along with several personal-best performances.
The Indiana State women’s basketball team is coming off a bittersweet weekend as they defeated the Northern Iowa Panthers, 65-63, Thursday, but fell to the Drake Bulldogs, 92-71, the following Saturday.
After coming off a hard fought loss to Bradley University the Indiana State volleyball team is looking to rebound this weekend as they host Loyola University of Chicago. The Sycamores have a lot to prove as they have lost the last two meetings with Loyola. This weekend, the Loyola Chicago Wolves come into Terre Haute with a 60 percent win percentage.
On Saturday, the Sycamores earned their first victory in the Missouri Valley Conference against the Crusaders of Valparaiso. The Sycamores defeated the Crusaders with a final score of 3-2 in an intense back-and-forth game, with a lot of action and goals coming in the second half.