Faculty, staff and students weigh in on how they define happiness — and perhaps more importantly, how to have more of it in our lives.
An experience at wildlife parks prompts MBA students to research marketing tactics used in Thailand to attract international tourists.
While we have instant access to more information, photographs and videos than any other generation before, some fear, “easy come, easy go.” What will future generations of Hoosiers, Americans and humans on a large scale, be taught about the life we currently know?
On the eve of the 100th running, the nature of the event remains unaltered and continues to power what is one of the most famous races — and provides some of the most important innovations — in the world.
The Chinese government announced late last year it was ending the infamous policy of allowing couples only one child, and now all Chinese couples will be allowed two children. But in a country of 30 million bachelors and a highly competitive academic environment for children, will the change in law make a difference?
Yes, say members of Alpha Omicron Pi who returned to Indiana State last summer to reconnect and reflect on their friendships and lives well lived.
Longtime psychology professor Jean Kristeller says we can be healthier — and more satisfied — by being more mindful of what we’re eating. For instance, it’s better to savor half a cookie instead of devouring the whole bag.