Due to ongoing social distancing protocols because of COVID-19, new student orientation for Indiana State University will now be held online instead of in person.
Although we are all at home now with more free time, it is easy to let our sleep schedules fall apart.
Due to the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, Indiana State has announced to have a virtual commencement on May 16 to honor this year’s seniors.
In Vigo County, Indiana, the COVID-19 pandemic is the main focus of those in or around the health department. Vigo County Public Library saw the need to assist those in their immediate community and decided to act.
This time is not only difficult for our current students, but for prospective students as well. This is a critical time for prospective students to be making a decision for the fall. ISU is doing everything they can to provide prospective students with resources to help them decide.
Sycamores share the art projects they’ve created in quarantine.
The Coronavirus pandemic has caused countless universities worldwide to transition to online schooling, including ISU as of March 16.
At Indiana State University, there are a total number of 270 registered student organizations on campus. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit and moved students back home, many of these student organizations decided to stay in touch and maintain contact through various online platforms such as ISU…
Although students were sent home for the remainder of the spring semester, essential staff continue to work on campus to make sure Indiana State functions properly. ISU is still open during this time, even without classes taking place on campus.
Internships can have a great impact on a student’s career readiness and future success. However, the ongoing pandemic is affecting many students’ internship opportunities.
COVID-19 pandemic won’t stop State DM from raising money for the kids.
How students are staying connected while social distancing.
Empty shelves have become a familiar sight for shoppers, from Walmart to Kroger to Meijer.
Prior to the switch to online classes, the Office of Residential Life had planned a Social Justice Summit to take place March 14th.
The changes throughout the community over the past few days have forced many residents to alter their routines.
On March 11, Indiana State hosted its second annual Give to Blue Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event.
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Guide to campus and community cancellations.
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Dr. Amy Sekhar lectured Tuesday about the Representation Matters movement, the importance of authentic disability in the media, and increasing diversity in disability representation.