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.
Ayden Jent, who has cerebral palsy, represented Team USA in the 2016 Paralympics in the 200-meter sprint.
Indiana State’s culture of community service extends to the university’s student-athletes, who work hard off the field.
As the Sycamores set their sights on the NCAA Outdoor Championships, Adarius Washington’s 13.40 mark in the 110-meter hurdles eclipsed then qualifying times for both the U.S. Olympic Trials and the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Indiana State’s story is best told through its graduates and faculty. Here is one of a dozen people who exemplifies the university’s key qualities.
A 1993 graduate of the Scott College of Business, Christi (Olson) Hill says her life would be very different if it weren’t for Indiana State.
Behind the success of Indiana State’s track and field program is a star coach — well, a few star coaches.