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An Indiana Statesman issue published on April 19 highlighted the event: “Be the Change: Fleeing from their Home and Homeland.” Held on Holocaust Remembrance Day, it honored and remembered those who were murdered in the Holocaust.

Students at ISU are finally in the homestretch of the semester, which means many Sycamores are preparing to graduate and officially become alumni of the university. As the saying goes, the older you get, the wiser you become. Because of this, three graduating seniors were interviewed about t…

This Friday will mark the 150th year of Arbor Day, a day that encourages people to go out and plant trees to help our environment. To celebrate, the Indiana State Food Forest gathered this past Wednesday at 10 a.m. to plant trees and shrubs in the ISU Community Garden. This inaugural gardeni…

ISU graduates are encouraged to fill out the First Destination Survey to find out what their plans are after graduation and to record information about your employment status and your experience at ISU.

Earth Day became an environmental movement in 1970 when a group of people sparked a nation-wide concern about the safety of the planet due to a recent negative effect from industrialization. In the past 52 years, the national holiday has now been integrated into schools and workplaces. It is…

Aryn Long, a graduate assistant for the LGBT+ resource center at Multicultural Services and Programs, created and put this event on with the help of Spectrum. They wanted a safe place where people in the LGBT+ community and their allies be able to come together and dance. There are people wh…

Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, Dean of Students Office, and the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX put on this keynote event from Bonny Shade for Sexual Assault Awareness Month.  Bonny Shade has major goals of ending campus-based sexual violence, empowering students,…

Ann Rider, professor of German and chair of the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, is this year’s recipient of the President’s Medal, Indiana State University’s highest award for faculty.

Terre Haute is home to a unique piece of history known as the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center. CANDLES serves an acronym for the Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiments Survivors. CANDLES was founded in 1984 as a nonprofit organization by the late Eva Mozes Kor, who r…

Indiana State University alumni Dave and Peggy Campbell of Indianapolis, who have supported the university philanthropically for 35 straight years, have made a $250,000 gift from their estate.

When most people think of ways to relax amidst end-of-the-semester deadlines, they typically think of things like hammocking, a nice picnic, or even just a peaceful stroll around campus. Indiana State’s Union Board thinks differently. Last Thursday, April 14, Union Board hosted the first Kar…

Over the past few weeks in the Student Counseling Center, a board has been set up in front of the center that explains tips on how to cope or combat with anxiety. Students can feel extremely anxious with college classes, especially towards the finals season. It is of the utmost importance th…

In the HMSU on Monday, Bre Pierce had a booth providing resources for Sexual Assault Awareness month and a ribbon to wear in support. Along with the office of Multicultural Services and Programs, Title IX joined the booth with other information and consent stickers. They also provided a smal…