Construction management major Mariah Wright, ’16, has more experience in the field than most graduates.
As March Madness kicks into high gear, some Sycamores will be watching the coverage from a pro’s perspective. A new arrangement with ESPN offers State students the opportunity to learn what it’s like to be behind and in front of the camera for big games.
The Chinese government announced late last year it was ending the infamous policy of allowing couples only one child, and now all Chinese couples will be allowed two children. But in a country of 30 million bachelors and a highly competitive academic environment for children, will the change in law make a difference?
Sycamores traveled to Ecuador to work in a health clinic, where they checked vitals, administered tests and filled numerous prescriptions for about 100 patients a day.
Zachary McCloud of Terre Haute “is among the strongest students I have worked with as the present musicologist at Indiana State,” said Terry Dean. “Zach is also an outstanding musician, having performed as part of the ISU Wind Orchestra since his freshman year, a feat that is unusual for first-year saxophone students. Zach is an outstanding student leader, having filled leadership roles in a number of important School of Music organizations and ensembles.”
A native of east-central Indiana, Sarah Cole, who works as the Community School of the Arts’ lead art teacher, is studying to receive her M.F.A. in studio arts, with an emphasis in painting.
A native of Denver, Casey Duke is a safety management major and was nominated by Mary Wright, instructor of English.