An Indiana Statesman issue published on April 19 highlighted the event: “Be the Change: Fleeing from their Home and Homeland.” Held on Holocaust Remembrance Day, it honored and remembered those who were murdered in the Holocaust.

Students at ISU are finally in the homestretch of the semester, which means many Sycamores are preparing to graduate and officially become alumni of the university. As the saying goes, the older you get, the wiser you become. Because of this, three graduating seniors were interviewed about t…

This Friday will mark the 150th year of Arbor Day, a day that encourages people to go out and plant trees to help our environment. To celebrate, the Indiana State Food Forest gathered this past Wednesday at 10 a.m. to plant trees and shrubs in the ISU Community Garden. This inaugural gardeni…

First and foremost, I must say thank you. I would never have written even a single article if it wasn’t for the Sycamore student body who pushed me. I am so grateful to this university and the newspaper for what it has done for me. Showing me the passion I didn’t know I had for sports writin…

Indiana State's Lauren Green has been named to the 2022 Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete Team, the League office announced Wednesday. The MVC Scholar-Athlete Team is determined by a vote of the league's women's golf communications directors.

As the semester draws to an end, many of the nation’s big sports are beginning either playoffs or a big moment like the draft. One sport that is very close to me the Nascar cup series. Only 10 weeks into the season, and eight different drivers in victory lane. The Nascar season is nowhere cl…

It’s hard to really understand the passage of time. Sure, from one moment to the next you can feel it.

So comes the time of the year when many of us seniors will be receiving the diplomas that we have worked so hard for.

Graduation is an important, formative, and even scary part of every student’s life. It comes with equal parts celebration and uncertainty. Yes, there is cause for celebrating the completion of a full 4-year degree, but what about the future? Where do you go from there?