In the first of a series following up on the Chronicle of Higher Education’s recent article featuring Indiana State, we explore why it’s important — for both students and State — to earn their degrees on time.
More than 100 years ago, J.D. Rockefeller became the world’s first billionaire — and changed our economy forever. Today’s richest people affect our daily lives, from the phone we use to the price tag on our lawn mower.
There have been name changes, several mascots and a cast of new school colors, but through it all Indiana State has remained steadfast in its mission to make higher education accessible to Hoosiers for almost as long as Indiana has been a state.
Incidents of police shooting suspects, officers being targeted and changes in technology create a complicated — and, often, increasingly tense — scenario for communities to grapple.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Soviet Union, three Indiana State professors weigh in on how the world has changed since the communist power dissolved.
Despite the headlines claiming the newest generation to enter the workforce has special needs and requests, experts say their behavior is the same as any new employee. Our experts also share tips to be the best employee you can — no matter your age.
Vice President of Student Affairs Willie Banks says ‘there is no barometer on being black.’ He uses his experiences of the world, his loving family and encounters with intolerance to make the campus a better place for Sycamores.