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We all know how caffeine helps give a little boost to the day, some of us even relying on it. Little Bear Coffee Co., a local coffee shop on 2720 Lafayette Avenue, will be hosting a special story time event on Saturday from 11- noon. 

Learning to be an adult and manage time can be very stressful, especially for students who are still in college working towards a career. It is important for students to know ways to cope with stress and manage their anxieties in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and keep up with their g…

            As a senior in college, the biggest piece of advice I can give newly enrolled students is to take that extra step. College is much different than any other earned education. College is not about state requirements or what is expected of you. It is about learning who you are and w…

As ISU begins the spring semester, many things are changing, such as the platform students use for their courses and COVID-19 precautions.

In July 1984, an assailant broke into Jennifer Thompson-Cannino’s apartment and sexually assaulted her; later that night, the assailant broke into another apartment and sexually assaulted a second woman. The evidence at trial included a flashlight found in the home of 22-year-old Ronald Cott…

After a virtual presentation of their annual holiday concert in 2020, the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra (THSO) is delighted to usher in the 2021 holiday season with Candlelit Holidays on December 4th at 7:30 PM at Tilson Auditorium. Baritone Rick Vale will join the THSO singing holiday favo…

We have said our good-byes to November, and December is upon us. Along with decorations, baking cookies, and making Mariah Carey the backtrack to our lives, December means finals. By the time this article comes out, it will be Study Week for Indiana State students. As scary as that sounds, i…

As I’m sure you’re aware, Thanksgiving Break is right around the corner. Students are getting antsy to get home and spend some much-needed time away from school. Of course, no two students are going to go home to the exact same experience. Everyone celebrates Thanksgiving differently.

As you have probably noticed, cold and flu season is in full swing this year. Sniffles and sneezing are becoming common sounds in dorms and around campus, and of course no one wants to be sick. So, what are some ways you can keep yourself healthy and in class this cold and flu season?

Dr. Piechocinski (or as his students like to call him, “Dr. P”) is head of Indiana State’s music business program. In this program, students are first and foremost a musician. This degree requires an extensive amount of musical knowledge combined with also learning the “ins and outs” of the …

A few words to describe Kelcey Parker Ervick would be resilient, motivated and quite honestly, an underrated feminist icon. She also holds a few titles as well, such as author, artist and to her students at Indiana University South Bend, professor. On Thursday, Nov. 11, Ervick spoke in a web…

This week’s Professor of the Week is assistant professor David Vogel. Mr. Vogel is originally from Minnesota, and he earned his bachelor’s in Theater Arts at the University of Minnesota. He then went to work in theater for three years, before entering grad school at Penn State University. Th…

This past week, Indiana State University’s Department of Theater unveiled their devised horror project from their fall 2021 class. Horror Vaudeville kicked off with performances Nov. 11 – 14. This performance was brought to life by Chris Berchild and the Indiana State Theater Students. Costu…

Many students seem to skip out on class often. According to a press release by the Indianapolis Newswire, 1 in 5 students skip class on any given day. This typically results in about 70% of absentee rates in larger universities.

Veterans Day, also known as Armistice Day, is a national holiday that is celebrated annually on November 11. This is a day dedicated to honoring all veterans, whether they made it back home or not.

This week’s “Professor of the Week” spotlight is on Dr. Kurt Fowler. Dr. Fowler attended two different schools for his undergraduate degree, Northwestern University and Cleveland Institute of Music, and graduated with a bachelor’s in cello performance. He received both his masters and doctor…