Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects us all indirectly,” reads a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Last year was a year that shook many people, whether from the pandemic, the presidential election, movements for injustice, or all the above. Yesterday, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021, the United States welcomed President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris into the White House. Students ac…
ISU holds very first virtual scholarship fair, giving students plenty of opportunities.
Many doctors are highlighting the importance of getting a flu shot now more than ever because of COVID-19.
Due to the reinstatement of pandemic restrictions in the state, Indiana State University is moving its in-person Winter Commencement to a virtual format and encouraging faculty to move next week’s classes online, the administration announced on Friday.
ISU distributes yellow ribbons and green lights to honor veterans.
On Nov. 11, students, faculty and veterans gathered in the Hulman Memorial Student Union for an annual event to honor veterans for their service. Yellow ribbons and green lights were distributed and a lunch followed after the ceremony.
With a record-breaking turnout, ISU students all around campus are determined to make their voices heard.
ISU’s Greek life adapts amidst COVID-19, and presents challenges connecting with students
The Barnes and Noble near campus is held a graduation fair on 10/28/20. Students can came down and picked up their cap and gown and partake in giveaways. They may also purchased diploma frames and alumni apparel.
‘Terre Haute Police have the lead in apprehending the suspect and investigating this tragic situation,’ states President Curtis
ISU’s Office of Sustainability holds event to make plastic bag sleeping mats for homeless.
A new study co-authored by two Indiana State University professors is sounding the alarm on the impact climate change could have on one of the world's most vulnerable regions.
Over 50 ISU students gathered late at night by the fountain to hold a rally about the terrible injustices occurring throughout Africa.
Zoom gathering held for ISU students to discuss careers in sustainability.
Couple creates a $250,000 endowment for ISU study abroad scholarships
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, blood drives are more important than ever. However, they are also more difficult to host than ever before.
As defined by the report, a federal student loan is considered default if, “payment is late by 270 days, or roughly nine months.” The report outlines the impact of a federal or private student loan. These loans will significantly impact a student’s credit score among many other severe issues.
President Deborah J. Curtis stated this year marks the end of ISU’s Sesquicentennial Celebration
Hundreds of Indiana State University students will be graduating at the end of this semester. Indiana State University has announced the schedule for Winter Commencement ceremonies, which will be held in person. The ceremonies will be split up according to what college the student is in, and will take place Dec. 11 and 12 at the Hulman Center. All students will be limited to four ticketed guests and all guests will be required to have pre-issued tickets in order to attend the student’s ceremony. The schedule for Winter Commencement is as follows:
ISU President Deborah J. Curtis emphasized the resilience, impact, and success of Sycamores — including a 99 percent placement rate for graduates — in her annual Fall Address on Wednesday.