Building hope

Jocelyn Gregg showed her Sycamore spirit of service by working a week in a Kenyan medical clinic helping patients with a variety of conditions and illnesses — from allergies to lymphoma.

Jocelyn Gregg, ’12, stared at the young girl, Lydia, in front of her. Her heart sank. She knew she wouldn’t be able to treat the 13-year-old Kenyan, not there in that clinic in the slum. The young Kenyan came to Gregg at the clinic, because she had…
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Financing a future

Despite rising costs, a recent study found a college education is still worth the investment. Indiana State, with its legacy as a leader in keeping college affordable, is doing more than ever.

BY Dave Taylor



To the Nth degree

Indiana State Senate’s chief-of-staff and chief legal counsel Jeff Papa knows the value of education and is sharing that knowledge with young people around the world.

BY Betsy Simon

A taste of home

Three Indiana State University alumni are finding their way into our hearts — whether in Terre Haute or on a different continent — by serving up hearty meals and decadent desserts.

BY Libby Roerig

Lifelines

Indiana State’s First-Generation Faculty Mentoring Program aims to ease the transition from high school to college for first-generation college students, a term most commonly defined as students whose parents did not complete a bachelor’s degree.

BY Betsy Simon