The price of an ISU education just went up
ISU Trustees vote for full-time, in-state students to pay $4,128 in tuition and fees for the 2013-2014 academic year - a $79 jump.
Olympians at home at ISU
Indiana Special Olympics athletes and volunteers appreciate what ISU has to offer. The university played host to the 44th annual event June 7-9.
Tuition hike draws little interest from public
First public hearing for proposed 2013-2014 ISU tuition increase draws no comment from students or parents.
Westboro Baptist Church: A boil on the face of humanity
I can say with full confidence that I look forward to the day when Westboro is officially classified as a hate group, right up there with the Ku Klux Klan and the neo-Nazis.
We should be dancing and singing through life
Musicals are incredibly important to artistic culture, and the best part about that is that there is a musical for everyone that will positively impact them in some way.
Sharp objects on planes can only lead to trouble
Maybe Homeland Security and TSA haven’t learned their lesson yet, but by making the idiotic decision to allow knives on board, they might learn once something bad happens.
Cover letters and follow-up are instrumental in landing a job.
Alumnus, recording artist to perform
An Indiana State University alumnus who played drums as a child and picked up guitar as a student has made a splash on the international music scene.
Research suggests students hiding behind social media
Social media and the Internet have become a digital tattoo, essentially making all information permanent and possible to retrieve, said ISU communication instructor Jennifer Mullen.
ISU Women’s Golf finishes sixth in conference tournament
The ISU women’s golf team finished sixth Tuesday with a total score of 1,008 at the Missouri Valley Conference tournament at The Club at Porto Cima in Lake of the Ozarks, Mo.
Warm weather entices students outdoors
Warmer weather is slowly making its way onto Indiana State’s campus and students and intramural sports are taking full advantage of the transition.
Redbirds perch on Sycamores Saturday, 2-0
The Indiana State baseball team was shut out behind a complete-game four-hitter from Illinois State starting pitcher Brad Sorkin, who pitched the whole game, as the Redbirds completed the weekend Missouri Valley Conference sweep with a 2-0 shutout victory on Sunday from Duffy Bass Field.
Student Government Association Address to Graduates
I cannot begin to say how much of an honor and pleasure it has been to serve you and the rest of Indiana State University this past year as your student body president.
As they prepare themselves to close this chapter of their lives, we at the Statesman would like to say goodbye and good luck to those who are graduating.
Five receive Hines Memorial Medal
Indiana State University has presented the Hines Memorial Medal to five graduating seniors in recognition of their academic accomplishments.
College of Education Dean steps down, will continue to teach at the university
Although the dean for the Bayh College of Education will be stepping down from his duties, he will continue to pursue his love for teaching at Indiana State University as a professor of educational leadership.
Starter for the Tricycle Derby passes away
All the preparations had been made. A group of Indiana State students were going to make history. All they needed now was the help of one man: Johnny Shipman.
Roadtrip: Making the move to a new city
Senior criminology and criminal justice major Eva Compton will be moving to North Carolina following graduation in hopes of finding a job that aligns with her field of study.
Indiana State University Alumni Association ‘front door’ for post graduates
Indiana State University’s Alumni Association wants graduates to stay connected once they’ve “walked out of Hulman Center’s doors,” said Alumni Association Director Rex Kendall.
Four receive outstanding junior awards
Indiana State University has recognized four students with the Richard G. Landini Outstanding Junior Award.