Sycamore who was the Indiana Department of Corrections’ first paid summer intern wowed her supervisors. “She has a great future,” according to the internship coordinator.
A five-year oral history project aims to capture alumni’s favorite homecoming memory or favorite thing about State. Before you volunteer — there’s no do-overs or retakes once the camera or recorder is running.
State’s criminology and criminal justice program is the university’s most popular major — and faculty are working to make it even more popular.
A conversation with Bill Mackey, GR ’12, will leave you wanting to stock up on canned goods and stash money in your mattress.
Analyzing where and when crime occurs helps law enforcement determine how best to respond to the incidents and focus their resources to make communities safer.
Sororities and fraternities offer a place for strong social bonds, but they also improve academic performance and give aspiring leaders a chance to hone their skills.
Two women embark on the world after making unforgettable marks as Sycamores.