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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.

ISU students went on a walking tour of downtown Terre Haute and Indiana State University’s campus on Oct. 23, Friday. The Haunted History tour was led by Tell Tale Tours owner Ashley Hood.

The Colts traveled to Chicago this past Sunday, with having the number one defense in their pocket. They played a Bears team that had just switched quarterbacks, having Nick Foles take over the reigns of the offense. Both teams struggled early in the first half, having three and outs on their opening drives. The second drive was quite different when Phillip Rivers threw a 13-yard touchdown to Mo Alie- Cox, giving the Colts a 7-0 lead in the whole first quarter. The second quarter was all special teams for the Colts as Rodrigo Blankenship kicked two chip-shot field goals to go up 13 - 3 at the half. 

Rock painting may seem like just a fun craft, but Tobacco Free Blue decided to use it to help in a campaign to help those looking to quit tobacco.

The Colts came into this game fired up and ready to go as they hosted the Jets Sunday. Right out of the gate, Jets quarterback Sam Darnold threw an interception to Xavier Rhodes returning it 44 yards for a touchdown. Although on the next drive, Darnold would redeem himself and throw a touchdown of his own to Braxton Berriors to tie the game at seven a piece.

At Indiana State University, the American Democracy Project (ADP) was out on Tuesday, September 22, which is National Voter Registration Day.