Indiana State students learn more about culture through social experiment.
Indiana State students raise over $200,000 for Riley Hospital for Children.
The annual Create-a-Bear event is one of the most popular on campus. Students line up hours ahead of time to make sure they will get an opportunity to create their own bear.
The idea was to create a safe place for ISU students to talk about sex.
Campus food pantry helps students combat hunger.
Indiana State University Archives and the Multicultural Services and Program in Student Affairs hosted a trivia event called “Know Your School: ISU History, Trivia, and Sports Culture” on Oct. 3, 2017.