President’s Day was a rather eventful day at the campus Barnes & Noble.
Applications are now being accepted for the Annual Center for Global Engagement Faculty-Led Short Term Study Abroad Grant proposal competition.
This past weekend, Indiana State University Track and Field competed in the Alex Wilson Intentional and Brook Moore and Ryan Cash led the team.
The Indiana State Sycamores Baseball team opened their 2019 season in Jacksonville, Florida with a three-game sweep of the Jacksonville University Dolphins. It’s the first time the Dolphins have been swept in sessions stadium since the 2014 season. It’s also the first opening-season sweep by the Sycamores since Indiana State swept Texas Southern University in 2010.
Christopher Columbus did not discover America, the Vikings did. We all know that some of the information in our history books isn’t completely factual because it can depend on perspectives and how the story is reiterated. It is also known that there are key parts of American history left out of those books. Over the years, bits and pieces of unfortunate American history have been released. We now know that slaves were a part of building the Washington monument, and that Japanese people were put in internment camps after Pearl Harbor. There were also some events in history we were never taught and happened not that long ago.
Approximately 40 students spent their Valentine’s Day at a trivia night meeting new people, answering trivia questions and making bracelets. This event was put on by theStudent Union Board, Center for Community Engagement in Dede I from 7-9 p.m.
The 45thannual Jazz Fest was held in University Hall Saturday, Feb. 16. Students from Indiana and Illinois came and registered to play in this festival. Registration started at 7 a.m. and performances by the jazz bands started at 8 a.m. Students walked around to get everything set up. Phi Mu Alpha, a music fraternity, set up this event with the help of Kappa Kappa Psi, faculty advisors, and students.