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Indiana State University’s Lingua Franca House hosted the Mini World Cup on Thursday at Kennedy Field. The soccer game ran from 5:00 to 7:00 in the evening and was attended by various students and faculty from the Languages, Literature, and Linguistics (LLL) department at ISU.

This week marks the beginning of a new semester at Indiana State University, but campus made sure to make all incoming and returning students alike feel welcomed back.

Sycamore Video

The Sycamore

First-year students connect with current Indiana State students during the traditional March Through the Arch