Field work

Indianapolis native Jasmine Barney, ’16, has spent the summer netting bats, checking artificial roosts and padding an already impressive biologist’s resume.

Jasmine Barney knew what she was getting into when she agreed to assist at Indiana State University’s Center for Bat Research, Outreach and Conservation with an ongoing mitigation project at the Indianapolis International Airport. Being the only A…
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Ethical questions

Business students weigh differences in instances of corruption in the United States and Thailand during a trip to Chiang Mai.

BY Betsy Simon

Breaking the cycle of poverty

Quillian Murphy’s optimism, drive and determination helped him rise out of poverty and propelled him to go from high school dropout to earning a master’s degree.

BY Libby Roerig

The Age of ‘Adarius’

As the Sycamores set their sights on the NCAA Outdoor Championships, Adarius Washington’s 13.40 mark in the 110-meter hurdles eclipsed then qualifying times for both the U.S. Olympic Trials and the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

BY Brian Hudgins

The tough get going

For four consecutive years, the doctor in clinical psychology program has had 100 percent placements for highly competitive accredited internships, a requirement for the degree.

BY Betsy Simon

Revving Up

Team Sycamore Racing preps for ninth season.

BY Dave Taylor