Punk rock provost

Indiana State’s new Provost Mike Licari likes punk rock and launching rockets, but he’s also dedicated to service and helping students.

BY Dave Taylor

Love, diversity, pain

President’s scholar Bryant Clayton is on his way to changing the world after studying abroad for a semester in South Africa.

BY Libby Roerig

Is AstroTurf making athletes sick?

Jim Speer’s Introduction to Environmental Science class participated a national discussion about the possible links between crumb tire in artificial turf and high cancer rates in soccer goalies.

BY Mallory Eherenman

Unstoppable

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.

BY Dave Taylor

The razing of Statesman Towers

Recognized for their superior design when they were built in the late 1960s, Statesman Towers — the tallest buildings on campus — would be undone because of their massive size. Officials say the design of the buildings and their inefficiencies prompted them to raze the structures rather than renovate them.

BY Haley Sluboski

How is a fashion line born?

The process of designing clothes is an intricate one that involves technique, material, art and inspiration. Anyone can create a clothing line, but not everyone can put in the work that goes into constructing one’s own garments. In any case, similar to art, clothing design is not created in a vacuum.

BY Jamina Tribbett

Carey Ford, ’16

Hailing from West Terre Haute, Carey Ford is off to a great start with her writing career, as the English major and Creative Writing minor has already been published in “Allusions – The Fine Arts Journal of ISU” and was featured in the 29th annual Authors & Artists series.

BY Indianastate