Sycamore Video in the News
Sycamore Video General Manager Ashlyn Hendrix, a senior Communication and Media Studies major from Marshall, Ill., has been selected as the Outstanding Student Organization Leader for 2020-2021! There are over 200 organizations on campus, so this is quite an honor for Ashlyn and Sycamore Video.
- Sycamore Video’s promotion manager, Karen Torres, was awarded the Culp Scholarship for spring 2021. Torres, a senior from Columbus, Ind., is a communication major with a concentration in public relations and media studies.
The global unrest around the world continues with the ongoing pandemic and various political issues. So, when a video of a man being brutally beaten by one of the SARS officials surfaced on the internet on Oct. 4, it took social media by storm.
Every semester is the Build-a-Bear semester for ISU students, but with the pandemic raising cases every day, students seemed skeptical about whether they would have the event or not.
- By: Reece Hutchinson
It’s difficult to find the words for my piece today, not because I don’t have an opinion, but rather my feelings on the matter are difficult to write in a way that is constructive or creates a dialogue. However, I shall try.
- By: Athletic Communications
No. 22 Indiana State baseball earned its fifth-consecutive victory Sunday afternoon at Bob Warn Field as the Sycamores run-ruled Valparaiso, 12-1, in seven innings to claim its second sweep of the season.
- Brea Haller
Tiarra Taylor’s journey to the Miss America Organization pageant began at ISU last year when she was named Miss ISU 2019. Her next stop was the Miss Indiana program in summer 2019, when she brought home the crown and began representing the program throughout Indiana.
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- Congratulations to Indiana State Men's Basketball's sophomore center Tre Williams on being named to the Missouri Valley Conference All-Defensive Team. The Reynoldsburg, Ohio native anchored the Sycamores' defense, leading the league in both total blocked shots (34) and blocks per game (1.5). Check out some of his top defensive highlights from the Hulman Center this season.
- Congratulations to Indiana State Men's Basketball's sophomore forward Jake Laravia on being named to the All Missouri Valley Conference Second Team. One of the more versatile players in the league, the Indianapolis native finished third in the league in both steals (1.5) and offensive rebounds per game (2.4), eighth in both rebounds (6.1) and blocks per game (0.8), and 13th in scoring average (12.5). Check out some of his top plays from the Hulman Center this season.