This Friday at 1 p.m., the Indiana State women’s cross-country team travels to Madison, Wisconsin to compete in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Meet. This meet acts as a semi-final to qualify for the NCAA Championships, which will be hosted in Terre Haute Saturday, Nov. 23. The Great Lakes Regional has many great teams that will look to earn their shot at the national meet. The women will run a 6K in the regional meet, which differs slightly from the 5K that they ran in their conference meet, so it will be an adjustment for the women to make in preparation for the meet. 

The ISU men’s basketball team will be heading to Indianapolis to play the Ball State Cardinals in Banker’s Life Fieldhouse Sunday. Indiana State is coming off a loss to Dayton University and will be coming off of another away game in Louisville against the No. 4-ranked team in the nation.

I know Thanksgiving is pretty much every gluttonous American’s favorite holiday, but for me, it’s my least favorite. 

On Tuesday, Nov. 19, Indiana State will be holding a series of Heritage Games in the Hulman Memorial Student Union from noon to 2 p.m. The cultures that will be highlighted at this event are those of the American Indians and Alaska Natives.

A feeling of calm swept over students as they waited for the sleep yoga session to begin. The lights were turned down low, serene sounds from nature softly played in the background, and an image of a waterfall was projected onto the wall.