Technology is a useful tool in the classroom setting - when it works.
Indiana State University staff educated the public on historical importance of Hoosiers in attaining the right to vote.
The ISU bookstore held their graduation fair yesterday on December 4th from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The library will be open 24 hours five days a week through study week and finals week. This will allow students an opportunity to study at any hour throughout the duration of finals.
From the twinkling lights cheerfully adorning house after house, to steaming hot cocoa with slightly melted marshmallows and a hint of peppermint, the Christmas season already seems to be in full force. Walmart and Hobby Lobby alike have had Christmas displays since August.
On Saturday, Nov. 16th, Alpha Phi Sorority hosted their Red Dress Gala, with the proceeds reaching a total of $13,112 to benefit women’s heart health research.
Across the US, someone becomes a victim of sexual assault every 93 seconds.
The Fine Arts building was rededicated after undergoing $15 million in renovations.
The Center for Student Success provides academic resources for students, even when success can seem impossible and graduation can feel really far away.
On Monday, Nov. 11, Indiana State University held their Veterans Day Program at 11 a.m. in Dede I. This annual event was planned by the Center of Community Engagement and the Air Force ROTC.
The public safety department of Indiana State University is getting a new Director and Chief of Police.
The changes to websites are heavily needed to ensure they are accessible to accommodate all types of learning needs.
Immigration is one of the most controversial topics in America today. Many Americans just aren’t ready to tackle the topic from an ethical point of view.
Changes have been made to the registration system to reduce the amount of strain on the system on the first day of priority registration.
One of the main changes made is the Honor’s College will be registering at 7:00 a.m. instead of 6:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 11t
Jobs are something that college students always consider, especially since college is the pathway students take before getting to their careers.
Indiana State University students can partake in designing and engineering different types of packaging for different products.
Both Arabic and English were spoken during the event. Students Sara Alshamqiti and Abdyullah Sembawah served as translators at the celebration.
In society today, it is difficult to have an open, honest discussion about issues facing the nation. Polarizing rhetoric often prevents productive discussion.
Executioner whose administered 62 doses of capital punishment speaks about his experience
The Little Bear Coffee Company is newly constructed and located at 2720 Lafayette Ave., Terre Haute, Indiana