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The 2021 Parke County Covered Bridge Festival started Friday! The event continues until this coming Sunday, Oct. 17. The festival is located in a few different towns: Rockville, Bellmore, Billie Creek Village, Bloomington, Bridgeton, Mansfield, Mecca, Montezuma, Rosedale, and Tangier. All of…

For many people, the show of the month is “Squid Games.” “Squid Games”is a Korean show available on Netflix, in which people in poverty are invited to play children’s games in order to win money and pay off their debt. The twist is that if you lose any of the games, you die. The show has bec…

As the weather cools off and the night time darkness comes earlier, nothing is truly better than sitting and watching Halloween movies with friends. But with so many movies to chose from, where should you even start? In order to make things easier for you, I’ve compiled a few lists of Hallow…

This past three-day weekend was Indiana State’s fall break. Students enjoyed time off from school as well as a bit of a mental recharge period during this time.

After three years of being dormant, a few dedicated ISU sycamores have taken it upon themselves to resurrect the Student Veterans Association, also known as SVA. Although there is a resource center for student veterans on campus, current SVA President Tressie Gaskins and Vice President Willi…

Dr. Brown is the current department head of the Math Department and has been with ISU for over 20 years. She obtained her Bachelor of Math at South Dakota State University, and earned her Master’s and PhD both at University of Utah. Her specialty is in math education, and she teaches classes…

It is officially October! While it may not feel like it just yet, with temperatures reaching into the 80s during the day, nobody can deny that fall has arrived. With the autumnal season upon us, it’s time to talk about fall activities.

Indiana State University will have an expanded Homecoming celebration October 23, building on the traditional parade and football game. The day begins with the Blue and White Parade at 9 a.m.The main part of the parade route is west on Wabash Street between Ninth and Fifth Streets. From 9-11…

Many of us dream about travelling the world, trying new foods, and experiencing new cultures. What if I told you that you can experience this, right on Indiana State’s campus?

Ready to race for cancer research? Register to join in on the one-mile Cancer Research Run taking place here on campus Oct. 1 at 2:30pm, or join in virtually from your own home! This inaugural event is hosted by the Student Philanthropy Organization, and all proceeds from the race benefit th…

Dr. Hanson is one of ISU’s beloved Spanish professors, with a world of experience under his belt. He earned his Bachelor’s in Spanish at California Polytechnic State University, and his Master’s in Spanish at Brigham Young University. Dr. Hanson’s PhD is in Spanish American Literature from P…

September 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month here in the United States. Originally observed nationally as a week-long event by President Lyndon Johnson in 1968, Hispanic Heritage Month was expanded to it’s 30-day span in 1988 by President Ronald Reagan. Hispanic Heritage Mont…

Although shows were canceled and postponed in both fall 2020 and spring 2021, the Performing Arts Series has returned in full swing this fall.

Indiana State University is hosting the 15th annual Indiana Bat Festival! The event is Saturday, from 10:30am to 9:00pm. The activities will be held in the science building at ISU until 3:30 pm, and they will continue at Dobbs park 6-9 pm.