A biology major from Terre Haute, Cierra Natt aims to be the best Sycamore she can and a good role model for future Sycamores.
Being fearless, loving yourself and having a peace of mind is Kamae Sutton’s idea of perfect happiness. The Atlanta native is a psychology major.
A mechanical engineering technology major from Fort Wayne, Ashley Angulo wishes she weren’t so shy.
Brice Yates, who is the new director of the Charles E. Brown African-American Cultural Center, looks forward to being the mentor who makes a difference in Sycamores’ lives — and leading important discussions about diversity, inclusion and social justice.
For current students, it may be difficult to imagine Indiana State without the fountain and the traditions it has created, but the water feature was installed to help beautify campus and make it more pedestrian-friendly.
Five decades later, the Contemporary Music Festival has kept students at the heart of its purpose while thrilling attendees with state-of-art music. The always shifting and evolving list of performers brings something new that changes the personality of the festival.
While time is a consistent a measurement of our days, cultural attitudes toward it and punctuality differ vastly.