Passion for percussion

A School of Music professor’s sabbatical yields an album featuring Indiana State students and faculty and arrangements by accomplished Chicago composer Regina Harris Baiocchi.

Between work and life, Indiana State music Professor Jimmy Finnie never quite finds enough time for personal percussion practice and sneaks in an hour or so when he can. But the sabbatical he was awarded last fall allowed him four to five hours a day t…
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Running with the ball

A Google search kicked off a huge internship opportunity for Sara Leyes, ’18. She credits the culture of support at State for setting her up for success.

BY Betsy Simon

Learning to lead

As advocates for their peers and teammates, Sycamores know leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.

BY Sarah Kuta


A means to flourish

When you’re in Honors, everything just means more — wider perspectives, deeper connections, stronger relationships.

BY Sarah Kuta

Raising the ‘barr’

Sycamore lands a research fellowship through the National Science Foundation and helps scientists learn more about barred owls.

BY Connor Myers

More than a job

Bayh College of Education custodian Tom Anderson makes University Hall gleam with his hard work and infectious positivity.

BY Kayla Carmichael, '19