Students compete in annual Sycamore Sync dance-off.
On Nov. 19 the Multicultural Services and Programs held their Taboo Topics series in the Cunningham Memorial Library where Chris Cornelius, the founding principal of Studio: Indigenous, spoke about indigenous architecture.
Students taking the Gender Studies 450 class held their annual Take Back the Night March Wednesday evening. It’s an event that supports victims of sexual assault, gender violence, relationship violence, and stalking.
- By Brea Haller
With 2020 being an election year, students are likely to get involved in the debate over who should be the next president.
- By Amelia Pomfret
Stress is a college student’s worst enemy. Homework can pile up in the blink of an eye, leaving students to spend hours studying rather than practicing self care. Luckily, there is a cheap remedy for the stresses of college: exercise.
Indiana State Sports Network
- By Conor Fagan
A master plan of facilities for athletics teams — dubbed the Sycamores Sports District Vision — on Indiana State University’s campus, including proposed upgraded baseball and softball facilities, was introduced at a Thursday luncheon in the Magna Carta Room of Federal Hall.
- By: Amere Dozier
Down 10-0 at half, the Indiana State Sycamores scored 20 second-half points to defeat winless Western Illinois Saturday at Homecoming.
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