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October 27th marked the annual Tip-Off in the Forest for the Indiana State Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams. This event is summed up best as a way to get the players' recognition before the season begins, have a great time, and get the fans involved.

Friday, October 21st, Indiana State University hosted the 59th annual Sycamore Tricycle Derby. This tradition started in 1963, and it has become one of ISU’s most cherished events every fall. It consists of two races: sorority and fraternity. Although the race started with 10 laps around a p…

Sycamore Video

Grace Krawiec sat down with Eddi Amouzouvi, President of National Pan-Hellenic Council and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Watch to hear about Eddi's experience in NPHC and his fraternity!

The Sycamore

ISU ends season with 26-22-1 record

Men win MVC Indoor, Outdoor Championships