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The Women’s Resource Center is showing a series of documentaries that focus on different women’s issues

During the Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner on Thursday Jan. 17, Dr. Joan Morgan, award-winning journalist, author and provocative cultural critic, gave a speech discussing the question: “Is America post-racial?” 

Stress is a college student’s worst enemy. Homework can pile up in the blink of an eye, leaving students to spend hours studying rather than practicing self care. Luckily, there is a cheap remedy for the stresses of college: exercise.

With 2020 being an election year, students are likely to get involved in the debate over who should be the next president. 

The library will be open 24 hours five days a week through study week and finals week. This will allow students an opportunity to study at any hour throughout the duration of finals.

From the twinkling lights cheerfully adorning house after house, to steaming hot cocoa with slightly melted marshmallows and a hint of peppermint, the Christmas season already seems to be in full force. Walmart and Hobby Lobby alike have had Christmas displays since August.

On Monday, Nov. 11, Indiana State University held their Veterans Day Program at 11 a.m. in Dede I. This annual event was planned by the Center of Community Engagement and the Air Force ROTC.

Changes have been made to the registration system to reduce the amount of strain on the system on the first day of priority registration.

One of the main changes made is the Honor’s College will be registering at 7:00 a.m. instead of 6:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11t

Jobs are something that college students always consider, especially since college is the pathway students take before getting to their careers.