Richard “Dick” Atha, ’57

Chances are if Larry Bird had not put Indiana State on the map, Dick Atha would be the university’s most famed basketball alumnus.

BY Todd Rosiak


Joyce, ’80, GR ’95, and David, ’79, Boeglin

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.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Commencement speakers reflect on Indiana State experience

Cheryl Roberson, ’90, is an executive with the world’s second largest aircraft engine manufacturer, and Martha Reed, ’15, is an Indiana State staff member completing her bachelor’s degree at an age when many people are thinking about retirement.

BY Dave Taylor

What does State stand for? Basketball

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.

BY Indianastate

Carl Nicks, ’80

As manager of player relations for the Indiana Pacers, Carl Nicks says his life and career has come full circle.

BY Jackie Sheckler Finch

Serving those who served

As retired Army major general Joe Robles Jr., ’79, retires from the top spot at USAA, he has his eye on finding new ways to give back to his country.

BY Betsy Simon