What a great start to the New Year. Who would have thought a “revolution” would be happening before the first week was even finished?
All my life, I have grown up with dogs. I am 22 years old now and I have had eight dogs throughout my life: Midnight, Blanco, Shelby, Bessie, Zoey, Bella, Pogley, and Wrigley.
The next generation of video game consoles are finally here. I’ve been a fan of Sony’s PlayStation series of consoles and gaming since I was three and my dad bought me a PlayStation 2 for my birthday.
Ever since I started my college career at Indiana State University, I have always been a bit sad that it is almost impossible for me to have my dog in on-campus dorms.
In recent years, the political support from certain businesses has become pretty big news. In some cases, some people will even turn away from a business for their support in certain campaigns or activities.
I was thinking about what to publish as my final article for the Indiana Statesman, as I am graduating this semester. I realized I can share how writing for the Indiana Statesman has become a part of me.
I think teachers are the most underpaid and unappreciated professions. These people literally teach the future of America, yet they are blatantly disregarded.
I am a food junkie. Sometimes, I like to sit and ponder about what is my favorite food in each food group is,—vegetables, fruits, grains, diary, and protein—and then I contemplate my all-time favorite food.
Have you ever cheated in school? Have you ever copied your papers or assignments from a friend or an online source?
Last week, ISU announced that our final week before Thanksgiving break is now online. This does not come as a shock for anyone who has been paying close attention to the COVID-19 numbers, which are at a current high.
Being an international student here makes you differentiate and compare different education systems. While civilization near the Indus valley and the Chinese kingdom took one route of education, South and Southeast Asian culture took a completely different route.
2020 seems to be coming to quite the dramatic end. With a recently concluded election, and a possible COVID-19 vaccine being 90% effective, 2020 seems like we’re living in some kind of cosmic narrative.
It’s that time of year again. The time where the weather gets cold, shopping is at an all time high, and Christmas songs and commercials are everywhere way too soon.
“The election was rigged; mail-in ballots are fraudulent” is all we have heard since Joe Biden has become the President-elect.
Have you ever eaten Sodexo and then immediately ran to the restroom afterwards? Well, you are not alone.
TikTok has become a staple for smartphone users to download on their phones and with it came thousands of new content creators.
As we all now know, Joe Biden is the new President elect along with Kamala Harris as the new Vice President elect. When I saw the notification on my phone, I let out a huge sigh of relief.
It has been almost two years since I came to America, and the most common question I get is why I am completing my master’s in educational technology. How did I end up choosing this program?
I have the privilege of voting for the first time in a primary election this year. In 2016, I wasn’t old enough to vote, and I wasn’t very into politics.
Marijuana has been around for centuries. Although it has many different names—marijuana, weed, dope, ganja, God’s greatest plant, etc., everyone knows what it is.