A test of endurance

Indiana State University’s Tracy Osborne and Cody Inskeep achieved the biggest outdoor adventure of their lives last fall: a 26-day, 260-mile hike across the forests, deserts and mountains of California.

BY Elise Lima

50 years of refreshment

Most of us can’t remember a time when Gatorade didn’t exist, but the sports beverage owes a large part of its permanence to an Indianapolis business — that, and it works.

BY Donovan Wheeler, ’91, GR ’08

Raising the bar

Athletic training student Emma Nye has been honored for her efforts to make campus and her profession more inclusive.

BY Betsy Simon

Setting a new standard

Indiana State’s premier athletic training program gets another boost — this time in the form of a doctorate program. Experts hope the additional credential will increase compensation in the growing field.

BY Jamina Tribbett

Lena Grunloh, ’16

An athletic training major from Effingham, Ill., Lena Grunloh has learned during her time at State “there is no success without failure.” “Lena has excelled in student research, which will be published, and academics (she maintains a 4.0 GPA) while overcoming substantial obstacles,” said Kenneth Games,
assistant professor of athletic training.

BY Indianastate

Alexandra Spillman, ’16

An athletic training major from Effingham, Ill., Alexandra Spillman is looking forward to graduate school after commencement this spring. “Aly is a natural leader who has led community engagement efforts through our student organization enriching the lives of her classmates and improving the Terre Haute community,” said Kenneth Games, 
assistant professor of athletic training.

BY Indianastate