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Soledad O’Brien, an award-winning journalist, entrepreneur, and host of the weekly syndicated political show Matter of Fact, will speak at Indiana State University’s Tilson Auditorium at 7 p.m. Thursday. O’Brien will discuss contemporary issues and the power of young people to change the wor…

Rate My Professor has become a widely utilized forum for students at the college level. Students can use it to rate their current or past professors based on a variety of areas and other students can see it as well. 

Twenty years ago, tragedy struck in New York, as a hijacked plane crashed into the World Trade Center. The tragic date of September 11, 2001, commonly known as 9/11, will forever be in people’s hearts. However, with most of Indiana State University’s current students being born between 1999-…

Students at Indiana State University have all experienced the COVID-19 pandemic in a different way. Some may have struggled with online and hybrid classes, while some may have excelled at a higher level- and maybe each for a different reason. 

When students register for classes for an upcoming semester, they often get the choice on whether they want a morning class as early as 8 a.m. or an afternoon/night class that could start way late in the evening. There are some benefits to morning classes, with the idea that your day is done…

Indiana State University announced enrollment of 9,459 for the Fall 2021 semester, down 12.6 percent from Fall 2020. Additionally, ISU will have several hundred “dual-credit” high school students taking courses for college credit. Following best practices, ISU eliminated dual-credit students…

“The investigation into the death of a freshman student is ongoing and will take several weeks,” ISU President Deborah Curtis said in a message to the university community Wednesday.

Indiana State University is awarding the President’s Scholarship to 17 incoming students this academic year. The scholarship provides full, in-state tuition and on-campus housing for a total four-year value of more than $80,000. 

Indiana State University is offering incentives to encourage more students and employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Public health officials emphasize that vaccination is the leading prevention strategy to protect individuals from COVID-19.

Indiana State University today announced a bold institutional initiative, the Indiana State Advantage, a three-pronged guarantee to entering freshmen that is unusual if not unique for a public university.

Indiana State University’s Student Publications has shown an impressive ranking at the ICPA Awards this year. Indiana Statesman won second place for Best Facebook Page and second place for Best Overall Website, with the judges commenting, “Exactly what a news site should be. Simple, fast and…

On April 16th, 2021, an Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Virtual Town Hall meeting took place to discuss racism against Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders. Some countries in Asia/Pacific Islands include China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Mongolian, North and South Korea, Japan, The Ph…

Today justice was served. The jury verdict in Minnesota has reverberated throughout society, and certainly on the campus of Indiana State University, where members of our community are tuned in and caring about the world around them.

Indiana State University and the Vigo County Health Department have had very encouraging results regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. Both locations performed a large number of vaccinations and are pleased by the number of patients they’ve seen. Indiana State University offers COVID-19 vaccinatio…

 Indiana State University received a multi-million-dollar in-kind gift of package engineering technology software from Esko, a global developer of integrated software and hardware solutions for the packaging industry. This partnership continues the company’s two decades of support for the program.