Hailing from Kendallville, Ind., U.S. Army veteran Michael Triplett is a master’s of social work major who is helping his fellow soldiers doing clinical work in the VA outpatient clinic. Thank you for your service — both as a soldier and civilian!
“A_Shipload_of_Awesome” might be his Instagram handle, but we think it’s also a spot-on description for Robert Shipley of Syracuse, Ind. A health sciences major with a minor in business administration, Shipley was a combat medic in the U.S. Army. Thank you for your service!
A member of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization and a contributor to UrbanSocial Magazine, Khari Jones of Chicago is a recreation sports management major with a minor in nonprofit leadership alliance.
College sweethearts during the Larry Bird era, the Boeglins made their home in Terre Haute and raised a family here — and have proudly watch the progress their alma mater has made over the years.
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.
An online LPN to BSN student, Kelsay Irby lives in Port Orchard, Ind. “Our claim to fame is that we are the town that Debbie Macomber uses as the setting for most of her books. Some people here are VERY proud of this fact. VERY,” she said.
Master of occupational therapy student Audrey Ortiz just finished her fieldwork experience in Wichita, Kansas. While other college students spent their spring break relaxing, Ortiz and five other Sycamores served orphans with severe disabilities in Haiti.