Indiana State alumnus Donovan Wheeler, ’91, GR ’08, recalls ‘getting his face smashed’ by assistant football coach Sean Payton — and considers it just one of the many wonderful things the university did for him.
Indiana State alumnus and author John Bicknell, ’82, says America could be very different today, if the presidential election of 1844 had gone a different way.
Athletic training alumnus Dice Yamaguchi, ’05, helps lead the San Antonio Spurs to an NBA title
Research by Indiana State graduate students in North Carolina and Tennessee aims to save the rarest of bat species.
Indiana teachers continue their education, despite a recently nixed pay incentive.
Diplomacy is an expensive, long-term effort of which it often takes generations to see the results. With peace at stake, is it possible for us all to get along?
Indiana State has clearly become a destination for students from Indiana and beyond who seek a quality education and unique experiences. The university’s success is felt on campus and beyond.