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WZIS in the News
Two students from WZIS won Best Event Promo from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) for their work on an event promotion.
WZIS, Indiana State’s student radio station and its students are finalists for eight national awards by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) including Best College Radio Station for a campus with over 10,000 students.
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Ashlyn Hendrix sits down with Moses Bovenschen, creator of the Interfraternity Council Podcast.
- 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.
- By: Gavin Hoskins
If there is one problem with ISU, it is the parking. Every single night, day, morning, whatever time, you will find at least three people driving around to find a spot with the pass they purchased.
- By: Megan Farmer
Happy study week, Sycamores! With the school year almost over, I know many, if not all of us, are itching to get back home for summer. As tempting as it is to shut down or give up on that super hard class right now, you’ve already made it this far. To help you through study week and finals, …
Indiana State Sports Network
- Congratulations to Indiana State Baseball's Geremy Guerrero on winning the Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year award, as well as being named to the All-MVC First Team and the All-Defensive Team!
The redshirt senior lefty from Metamora, Illinois led the Valley in ERA (2.08), opposing batting average (.182), innings pitched (99.1) and runs allowed (26), while finishing second in strikeouts (98) and wins (10).
- Congratulations to Indiana State Baseball's Aaron Beck on being named both the Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Year as well as First-Team All-MVC.
The redshirt senior from Evansville, Indiana significantly amped up his performance once conference play began, leading the Sycamores in batting average (.391), hits (36) and doubles (9) in league games.