David Peterson, ’19, found his vocation through volunteering with Habitat for Humanity projects at home and at State.
A new program at State helps equip students with the skills to succeed, whether they’re in business for themselves or not.
Campus and community organizations help cultivate a growing culture of entrepreneurism in the Wabash Valley.
While the Internet in all its forms has countless efficiencies to make our lives easier, our dependency on handheld devices and screens can be harmful.
The Permanent Art Collection has loaned two works by Ralph Arnold to the Museum of Contemporary Photography, which is exhibiting the first major retrospective of Arnold’s work since his death.
This insurance and risk management major eyes the finish line of her degree — completed without taking out any student loans. Her college career didn’t start off as promising.
Kayla Carmichael, ’19, a student employee of University Marketing, wows us with how she spent her summer as in Microsoft’s New England Research and Development in Boston.