A test of endurance

Indiana State University’s Tracy Osborne and Cody Inskeep achieved the biggest outdoor adventure of their lives last fall: a 26-day, 260-mile hike across the forests, deserts and mountains of California.

The email read: “Good afternoon, campus partners and friends! I will be out of the office from September 1st to September 30th. You might be thinking … what in the world?!? The real question is: ‘Where in the world?’” The destination was more…
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Chance encounter

Georgianna Duarte is Indiana State’s first endowed chair and named professorship. Her career in education was inspired by the mentorship of a Benedictine nun.

BY Betsy Simon

Healing stronger

The basketball brotherhood helps Bronson Kessinger get back in the fray.

BY Brian Hudgins

The bucket list

The dad of an Indiana State student keeps his word and goes back to school after losing — or, winning? — a bet with his daughter.

BY Betsy Simon

Renaissance man

Professor Tom Johnson’s diverse and multiple interests aren’t confined by time or convention.

BY Kristen Kilker

Inspiring innovation

Business incubators around the world — and at Indiana State — help start-ups get a stronger footing during the precarious beginning stages.

BY Betsy Simon

The many lives of Tirey

Once the center of student life, Tirey Hall is now a venerable location for high-profile events and university functions.

BY Nancy Pieters Mayfield, ’88