The Science Building was crowded with humans and flying mammals alike on Sept. 16, 2017, for the 11th annual Indiana Bat Festival, hosted by the Center for Bat Research, Outreach, and Conservation. Students and community members could encounter live bats, listen to speakers, meet with conservation organizations, and learn about bat boxes while exploring the Science Building hallways. Children were also welcome at the event as there was a “bat cave” for them to play in as well as face-painting and a bat game room. The event continued on into the evening at John G Dobbs Memorial Grove, where attendees could go on bat adventures and continue learning more from bat professionals. The event has seen significant growth over the past few years and organizers are looking forward to another year of planning the next bat festival.
- By Amelia Pomfret
Indiana State has seen its fair share of renovations and improvements over the past decade and at the conclusion of the Spring 2020 semester, more changes are to come.
- By Lizzie Knight
The 2019 Blue and White parade marched off Saturday, Oct. 12 with Sycamore students and Terre Haute natives walking through downtown. This homecoming parade started at Ninth and Cherry Street, and followed the path to Wabash Avenue to Fifth Street. It is the nation’s longest running student-…
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- 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.