Empty shelves have become a familiar sight for shoppers, from Walmart to Kroger to Meijer.
The changes throughout the community over the past few days have forced many residents to alter their routines.
Prior to the switch to online classes, the Office of Residential Life had planned a Social Justice Summit to take place March 14th.
On March 11, Indiana State hosted its second annual Give to Blue Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event.
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On March 9, Professor Biniyam Yemane presented his research on Medicaid Expansion and the Opioid Epidemic. His motivation for this project is the increasing severity of opioid overdoses, which are now the leading causes of injury-related death.
Dr. Amy Sekhar lectured Tuesday about the Representation Matters movement, the importance of authentic disability in the media, and increasing diversity in disability representation.
Being on a college campus and taking the precautions to stay healthy can be tough. Students eat whatever is available, even if it isn’t the healthiest option. Most students aren’t aware that regularly consuming food lacking key nutrients has a much more detrimental effect than many realize.
The winners of the SGA election were announced last week, concluding an exciting campaign dedicated to making ISU a better place. Newly elected president Antonio Tamayo and vice president Jocelyn Fluker have plenty of ways to achieve this.
Indiana State University’s Give to Blue Day is a 24-hour fundraising initiative taking place March 11. The event will run from midnight to 11:59 p.m. Students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members are encouraged to support the University at any level they’re able to.
On Feb. 27, a number of ISU students attended a session discussing mental health in students, some common mental illnesses such as Anxiety, OCD, Depression, Bipolar Disorder and trauma, as well as how to handle these illnesses as teachers and students.
Venturing out into the real world and choosing a job can be a daunting task for many.
The Golden Key Honor Society Vice President Matthew Pavelka hosted an event Tuesday in Dede II about mental health.
March is Disability awareness month and Indiana State will celebrate with a multitude of events, starting with a reception to kick them off.
Students gathered in the Myers Technology Building Wednesday evening to hear felon-turned-businessman Terry Greenwood share the against-the-odds story of his entrepreneurial endeavor, Empire Barber Shop.
ISU may be taking the steps to becoming a smoke-free campus in the next few months.
Indiana State will have $3.1 million available in donor-funded scholarships and endowed programs in the next academic school year. This is a 24% increase from the prior academic year.
Following a months-long effort to simulate disease outbreak responses using the board game Pandemic, Dr. Nathan Myers and students Gage Atwood and Jason Collins showcased their inventive research project to Indiana State University faculty and students in an open seminar Tuesday afternoon.