After a brief adjustment period, scholar-athlete Alethia Marrero succeeds at State — both academically and on the track — including a shot at the 2016 Olympics.
Indiana State’s nickname has taken on a life of its own, with an award-winning, lush campus landscape that provides inspiration for researchers.
As a member of the ’85 championship Bears team, Brian Cabral has played for and worked with some of football’s giants. Now, he’s a giant influence on the Sycamores’ defense.
Forbes Magazine has recognized Indiana State on its annual list of America’s Top Colleges for the fifth year in a row while Princeton Review’s list of Best Midwestern Colleges recognized Indiana State for the 12 straight year. Washington Monthly places Indiana State at No.1 for civic engagement for the third consecutive year.
Communication student Esther Musau, ’16, taps her fellow international students and tells their stories and first impressions of America through a video project.
As the new head coach at a parochial school in South Carolina, Doug Dutton, ’92, taps the lessons from a star-studded career to help teach his football players.
Indiana State students — both domestic and international — navigate cultural differences to make new friends and the most of their time visiting their host countries.