Sustainability — here and abroad

Indiana State students learn about sustainability efforts while on a study abroad trip to Thailand this spring. At home, Blue continues to capture accolades for its ‘green’ efforts.

A city powered solely by renewable energy sources may sound like an idea plucked from the future. But Indiana State University business administration major Angela Hess, '16, of Huntertown, Ind., can verify that it is anything but farfetched after her …
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A competitive spirit

Flying high in a male-dominated field, it’s not about being ‘one of the guys’ for Honors student Brittany Danko — it’s about being the best.

BY Kristen Kilker

Solving economic ‘problems’

A musician and environmental economist for the EPA, Jared Creason, ’88, applies many of the lessons his father and longtime Indiana State economics professor Woody Creason taught him.

BY Amy Rogers Nazarov

Sumar Racing: Terre Haute’s team

If you lived in the greater Terre Haute area in the 1950s, chances are you were a fan of the Sumar Racing Team.

BY Vigo County Historical Society archives

Witnessing History

Generations of Sycamores have had key roles in making the Indianapolis 500 a success, and this trio is helping fuel the 100th running of the race.

BY Libby Roerig

Real, ‘live’ experience

As March Madness kicks into high gear, some Sycamores will be watching the coverage from a pro’s perspective. A new arrangement with ESPN offers State students the opportunity to learn what it’s like to be behind and in front of the camera for big games.

BY Kristen Kilker, '17

Caring abroad

Sycamores traveled to Ecuador to work in a health clinic, where they checked vitals, administered tests and filled numerous prescriptions for about 100 patients a day.

BY Mallory Eherenman, '16