President Trump continues to push a fictitious theory that Ukraine actually meddled in the 2016 election. Chris Cillizza explains how these false narratives are dangerously entering the American political sphere.
Sycamore Video & The Sycamore
This week Jabrea Jones hosts, introducing multiple events including a networking night and the candlelight vigil that was held for Jamal Kashoggi.
This week Corrin Neese sits down with a member of the ISU Roleplaying Guild.
After freshman convocation, it is tradition for first-year students to walk through the arch on the edge of campus. Along the way students are being cheered on and encouraged by current students from various organizations. Indiana State used this to make first-year students feel welcomed a…
- By Maleah Neal
Indiana State’s Cunningham Memorial Library hosted its 16th Library Extravaganza on Sept. 6. Students learned about the resources and services the library offers, along with finding out information from campus departments and student organizations. Free pizza, giveaways and games lent a fun …
On Nov. 19 the Multicultural Services and Programs held their Taboo Topics series in the Cunningham Memorial Library where Chris Cornelius, the founding principal of Studio: Indigenous, spoke about indigenous architecture.
Students taking the Gender Studies 450 class held their annual Take Back the Night March Wednesday evening. It’s an event that supports victims of sexual assault, gender violence, relationship violence, and stalking.