25 years of Nintendo

While the company has existed much longer than that, Nintendo revitalized America’s gaming market in the mid ’80s, opening future of near endless options for players to level up.

BY Betsy Simon


The greater picture

What started as a Sycamore’s summer research project into phosphorus levels 93 million years ago could shed light on why fertilizer runoff creates “dead zones” around the world.

BY Elise Lima

Delving into the darkness

Professor Mark Hamm is a leading terrorism expert — a go-to source for the world’s leaders and media about the most dangerous criminals.

BY Libby Roerig

On the mound

A’s up-and-comer Sean Manaea values his time at State for developing him as an athlete.

BY Todd Rosiak

50 years of refreshment

Most of us can’t remember a time when Gatorade didn’t exist, but the sports beverage owes a large part of its permanence to an Indianapolis business — that, and it works.

BY Donovan Wheeler, ’91, GR ’08

Cracking the code

State biology Professor Shaad Ahmad received the Scientist Development Grant from the American Heart Association to learn more about the genetics behind congenital heart defects.

BY Elise Lima, '16