Indiana State University’s Lingua Franca House hosted the Mini World Cup on Thursday at Kennedy Field. The soccer game ran from 5:00 to 7:00 in the evening and was attended by various students and faculty from the Languages, Literature, and Linguistics (LLL) department at ISU.
Tuesday was the Indiana State University Honors College annual picnic at Wolf Field. The event consisted of free food, games, and allowing Honors College students to get to know their fellow students and Honors College faculty.
This week marks the beginning of a new semester at Indiana State University, but campus made sure to make all incoming and returning students alike feel welcomed back.
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.