This year, ISU raised $109,732.68 for Riley Hospital for Children through the Indiana State University Dance Marathon on Saturday.
Indiana State University announced Monday that Covid-19 vaccinations will be available at the ISU Health Center starting on Wednesday, April 7.
After being trapped for almost a week, the Ever Given has been finally freed and is no longer blocking the Suez Canal in Egypt.
The first eight week classes for Indiana State University have ended. The Registrar alerted students Tuesday afternoon that the final grades for those classes are now posted.
Every year, International Women’s Day is held on March 8 as part of Women’s History Month, which is throughout the entirety of March.
Indiana State University hosted their third annual Give to Blue Day on Wednesday. The 24-hour event started at 12:00 am EST and ran to 12:00 am EST Thursday.
Covid-19 testing will be available on Indiana State University’s campus starting Monday, March 1. The testing center will be set up in the Sycamore Banquet Center in the Hulman Memorial Student Union.
Dr. Tiffany Reed, director of the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center, held a talk as part of the Empowering Women series at Indiana State.
On Tuesday, January 19th, ISU held a Zoom event titled Insurrection, Impeachment and Inauguration. This event was presented by the Department of History, African and African American Studies Program, Center for Community Engagement, and the American Democracy Project. The panelists for this event included many professors at ISU: Dr. Ann Chirhart, Rev. Terry Clark, Dr. Lisa Phillips and Dr. Kimberly Stanley as the main force.
Head coach Greg Lansing announced Friday that Indiana State forward Kailex Stephens will miss the 2020-21 Basketball season because of an Achilles tendon rupture.