Raised on Chesney, McGraw and Jackson, country recording artist Dylan Raymond strives to sew the classics he grew up on into the heart of his own music. Working as an independent musician, Raymond has been able to move up the country charts without a record deal or a management company behin…
On March 12, 2020, Indiana State University’s University Communication announced in an email that the university is moving to online-only instruction starting March 16. This news came as a shock to many and the responses varied.
A majority of this piece was written before ISU president Deborah Curtis sent out the video announcing that the university is moving to online instruction for the remainder of the spring semester.
Among all the confusion surrounding COVID-19, two professors at ISU have been the source of knowledgeable support for many students.
Dr. Matthew Moulton received his BA in Mathematics at University of Florida. He went on to complete an MS in Counseling at University of Houston, and his PhD in Educational Theory and Practice at University of Georgia. At Indiana State University, he teaches equity-oriented teacher education…
Although classes are still in full swing online, these next four weeks may leave both students and professors with extra free time.
ISU revealed its new athletics logo to the public on March 3rd and some students were less than impressed with the updated design.
The American Medical Women’s Association, AMWA, hosted their first International Women’s Day healthcare celebration Friday in the arena. The night celebrated all of the successful women who work in healthcare. AMWA is an organization that just started this year and has about 14 active members. A main goal of putting this event on was to fundraise and to gather donations of feminine hygiene products for those in need.
Did you know that around 70 million brackets are filled out each year for the NCAA March Madness tournament? People all over the country and all over campus are preparing for a very intense and exciting month.
Olivia Weir is not only an alumna of ISU, current grad student, and full-time employee at Unlocking The Spectrum, she is also the owner of the newest boutique in downtown Terre Haute, called Affirmation.
On February 26, the Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a “Can I Vent” event and a spelling bee to celebrate Black History Month and give students a safe place to express themselves.
To promote breast cancer awareness among students, the Applied Health Science Committee hosted a “bedazzle your bra” event Feb. 24.
As winter slowly turns to spring, illness begins to spread. This not only affects students’ academic lives, but professors’ as well.
With 2020 being an important year for elections, the Women’s Resource Center hosted a showing of the Netflix documentary “Knock Down the House.” Students were able to come and watch the film Tuesday, and it was followed by a short discussion.
The Student Advisory Board has been advertised as a “collection of students who are selected to give feedback to the dean of their specific college.” It is a diverse group that works closely in association with administration in order to give a student perspective on important issues, be they academic or otherwise.
The group SHINE on ISU campus put on an inspirational body positivity event this month.
This past Saturday, the Indiana State University School of Music held its 46th annual Jazz Festival.
The Condom Carnival provided resources for information on sexual health and intimacy to ISU students Feb. 11.
February marks the beginning of Black History Month, and at ISU students and faculty are gearing up for multiple events dedicated to educating and bringing recognition to the profound and very impactful actions of black historical figures.
On Saturday, Feb. 22 from 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Camp Navigate is hosting a fundraiser named Camp Navigate Community Challenge, for their organization in Terre Haute.