Universal goals

Students work to raise awareness and create safe spaces for gender and sexual minorities at Indiana State — every day and through the establishment of a conference.

When Zach Moore arrived at Indiana State University his freshmen year, he could feel the sense of unease that gender and sexual minorities had about freely expressing themselves on campus. Six years later, though, a lot has changed. Moore graduated and…
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Sycamores in charge

Indiana State students make their mark on campus — and in the community — by applying what they’re learning in the classroom or their life’s passions.

BY Betsy Simon

Harnessing the sun

Pikes’ installations of solar panels at their chapter house is just the latest way they’re working to make their community — and planet — a better place.

BY Betsy Simon

End of a second act

Retiring from his career in higher ed, Ken Brauchle says his passion for providing quality online learning is driven by personally experiencing how life-changing education can be — especially for adult learners.

BY Tay Smith, GR '18

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.

BY Betsy Simon

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