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Don Dudine, an Indiana State University alumnus and past chair of the ISU Foundation Board, has pledged $2 million for the School of Music and the Student Philanthropy Organization.

As the fall semester of the university starts to wrap up and come to a close, some seniors are making their final walks across campus. Liam Fallon, a Sycamore senior who is graduating a semester ahead of schedule, will walk across the stage amongst his peers on December 10th. Being a senior …

Indiana State University's School of Music will present a Holiday Concert at 4 p.m. Sunday December 4 in the University Hall Theater at the Bayh College of Education.

Today, Indiana State University has been recognized by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN) among the 2022 ALL IN Most Engaged Campuses for College Student Voting.

The men of Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKES) at Indiana State are offering free firewood to faculty and staff of Indiana State University.  Over the course of the summer and fall, the chapter has been engaged in community service projects which involve clearing trees and brush from camps and outdoor re…

Dr. Lloyd Benjamin III, former president of Indiana State University, will give a talk at 6 pm Friday, November 18 at the Swope Art Museum about the architecture at ISU.  His presentation is part of the Museum’s Artist on Art Series.

Indiana State University graduate students Trinity Brooks and Keontae Lee were recognized among the 2022 cohort of MCT Scholars by the Dr. Melvin C. Terrell (MCT) Educational Foundation, Inc.

With the election coming to a close and results coming in, Indiana wraps up its midterm for the year 2022. Many students on campus have gained a recent understanding and knowledge of local legislation and the impact of such with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the impacts that it has on …

On Wednesday, November 2, the Indiana State University Jazz Ensemble held its first concert of the year in the University Hall Theater. 

On Saturday, November 5, the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra performed their concert titled “Dance Around the World.” The program featured various pieces filled with dance rhythms from different parts of the world, including Czech Dances, Hungarian Dances, Jazz, Blues, and even Highland folk …

Mallory Baumann, a junior majoring in Theater with a minor in Non-Profit Leadership from New Albany, was crowned as the 40th Miss Indiana State University on Sunday. She will represent ISU at the Miss Indiana competition in June 2023.

As an alumna of Indiana State University, Deborah Curtis has always been proud and grateful for the education she received while earning her Ph.D. at ISU. As a 1986 graduate of the Bayh College of Education’s Curriculum & Instruction doctoral program, she credits this experience with lau…

It’s not every day that students are sent on a chase to find a missing polar bear. However, that day of reckoning came this weekend at the 2022 Regional Leadership Conference for the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls, otherwise known as GLACURH. Last Friday, the…

On Wednesday, October 26, the Indiana State University College of Arts and Sciences kicked off the 56th Annual Contemporary Music Festival with performances by the Indiana State University Chorale, ISU trumpet professor Jay Ellsmore, the ISU Percussion Ensemble, and the Indiana State Univers…

On Monday, October 24 around 10 p.m., Indiana State University students received a RAVE Alert stating that the Indiana State University Police Department is currently investigating three sexual assaults by the same known suspect. In accordance with Indiana State University policy, the Equal …

Dr. Deborah J. Curtis, President of Indiana State University, was honored Thursday morning by the Indianapolis Business Journal as part of its 2022 Women of Influence class.