Financial freedom

This insurance and risk management major eyes the finish line of her degree — completed without taking out any student loans. Her college career didn’t start off as promising.

When Cara Esparza looks back at the 60-hour work weeks and 19-credit hour course loads that made up her early college career before transferring to Indiana State, she amazes even herself. What she has saved in tuition through scholarships — she estim…
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A league of their own

The National Panhellenic Conference awarded Indiana State the College Panhellenic Excellence Award for the sixth year in a row this fall.

BY Betsy Simon

A better understanding

Two state-funded initiatives — in North Carolina and Missouri — are arming Indiana State biologists with the resources to study and protect the endangered gray bat and Indiana bat.

BY Betsy Simon

Kingdom of the West

A study abroad experience in Morocco inspires a yearning to learn more in economics major Abigail Grider.

BY Betsy Simon

Sycamores in charge

Indiana State students make their mark on campus — and in the community — by applying what they’re learning in the classroom or their life’s passions.

BY Betsy Simon

A family’s impact

An Indiana State researcher and her colleagues are changing the way educators think about poverty’s impact on children’s exposure to language.

BY Tay Smith, GR '18

Wanderlust

Emeritus Professor Will Barratt starts second act — or third … or fourth, we’ve lost count — teaching in Malaysia.

BY Tay Smith, GR '18