While time is a consistent a measurement of our days, cultural attitudes toward it and punctuality differ vastly.
It’s no wonder Kayleigh Bordner and her “Flying Sycamores” teammates placed second in this year’s 40th Annual Air Race Classic. The Flora, Ind., native is double majoring in professional aviation flight technology and aviation management … and has a minor in unmanned systems. She and her team earned $3,000 and Bose A20 headsets each for their success.
A native of Georgetown, Ind., Lydia Kost is a member of Team Classic 5 “Flying Sycamores” that placed second in this year’s 40th Annual Air Race Classic. Kost is majoring in professional flight technology and aviation management with a minor in unmanned systems. She and her team earned $3,000 and Bose A20 headsets each for their success.
Indianapolis native Jasmine Barney, ’16, has spent the summer netting bats, checking artificial roosts and padding an already impressive biologist’s resume.
Greg Towne uses an unexpected training method to get the best performance from the Indiana State women’s golf team.
Business students weigh differences in instances of corruption in the United States and Thailand during a trip to Chiang Mai.
Sycamores start a conversation about recreational marijuana use with an activist and medical professional studying Colorado’s groundbreaking legislation.