The National Pan-Hellenic Council hosted their Stroll Off event as part of the Homecoming week’s festivities — an annual celebration when ISU alumni as well as Terre Haute community members gather to share their State pride with one another.
It is black history month and black students have been excited ever since the Black History Month Kick-off which was held on Feb. 3. The black community within Indiana State University have been looking forward to the events that are planned throughout this month, including Hiplet.
Sycamore SafeZone Level 1 was on Jan. 5 on the 7th Floor in the Hulman Memorial Student Union where Grayson Purtlebaugh, facilitator of Safe Zone, talked about the do’s and don’ts while communicating with transsexual people.
- By Nadia Lomax
On Feb. 12, Terre Haute Police Detective, Troy Davis, Assistant Prosecutor Rob Roberts and Matt Leucking’s brother, Eric came together to discuss the murder of local DJ, Matt Leucking.
- By Amelia Pomfret
Over the past decade, ISU has worked towards creating a sustainable campus. The Office of Sustainability seeks to promote environmental responsibility, as well as social equity in the community.
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.