Sometimes the best lessons — even for an accomplished scholar like Alethia Marrero — come when you push outside your comfort zone.
Sycamores learn about social entrepreneurship by immersing themselves in India’s vibrancy and hospitality.
A man of many interests — and talents — George Rogge, ’69, most regrets not getting to meet his grandfather and namesake.
Pair of Sycamores credit Indiana State’s Networks program as their launching pad for success in the insurance business.
This insurance and risk management major can show us a few moves! Aria Brinza of Terre Haute is a studying for a dance minor.
When Tanner Riley arrived at State, the Sycamores had a nationally known losing streak. He tapped his mental toughness to leave them with three consecutive winning seasons, an impressive GPA (not to mention an MBA) and a job at RJE Business Interiors.
Watch out world! Huntingburg native Benjamin Weber is ready to take his mad leadership skills — he’s been president of three student orgs! — and his finance and financial services degrees into the workplace!