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.
Alumnus’ stellar career in public relations started by him taking advantage of every opportunity possible while at State.
Alumna ignited her go-getter attitude while participating in — and founding — an assortment of student organizations at State.
The search for a part-time job to help pay for college changed the trajectory of this alumna’s career — and the place she calls home.
For sisters Pitchpatu and Pitchaya Waiyachote of Bangkok, attending and graduating from Indiana State means much more than getting a college diploma.
There’s something for everyone at Indiana State, says alumna Kelli Hallas. She would know — as a student, she threw herself into every possible group and activity to get the most from her college experience.
A senior double majoring in marketing and public relations with a minor in Spanish, Jaylon Hines of Gary, Ind., would like to take her musical skills to the next level by learning how to play more instruments.