Katelyn Kendall, ’19

Holland, Ind., native Katelyn Kendall recently volunteered as the music director for the Terre Haute Community Theater’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” She is a vocal music education major.

BY Indianastate

Harnessing the sun

Pikes’ installations of solar panels at their chapter house is just the latest way they’re working to make their community — and planet — a better place.

BY Betsy Simon

How are Sycamores aiding research?

Indiana State undergraduate students have ample opportunity to contribute to the world’s growing body of knowledge, while at the same time honing important skills and bolstering their resumes.

BY Sarah Kuta

A family’s impact

An Indiana State researcher and her colleagues are changing the way educators think about poverty’s impact on children’s exposure to language.

BY Tay Smith, GR '18

End of a second act

Retiring from his career in higher ed, Ken Brauchle says his passion for providing quality online learning is driven by personally experiencing how life-changing education can be — especially for adult learners.

BY Tay Smith, GR '18


Natalie Shanks, ’19

A communication major from Terre Haute, Natalie Shanks landed an internship with the 500 Festival this spring. Ironically, Shanks says she is a “paranoid” driver, and the festival celebrates the iconic IndyCar race.

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