The science of cheerleading

When Indianapolis native Kya Jackson isn’t cheering on her fellow Sycamores, she’s learning the latest in cybercrime security.

BY Betsy Simon

Literature is fun

Writing workshops don’t have to be boring or intimidating, says English Professor Emily Capettini. In fact, they offer valuable life lessons.

BY Betsy Simon

Future Mr. President

Of Indiana State, that is! Derek Griffin, ’20, went from thinking he wasn’t college material to aspiring to lead the university some day.

BY Betsy Simon

For the win

The mission and people of Indiana State is what drew Andrea Angel to her new position as vice president for the Division of University Advancement.

BY Libby Roerig

Service learning

David Peterson, ’19, found his vocation through volunteering with Habitat for Humanity projects at home and at State.

BY Betsy Simon

Entrepreneurial spirit

A new program at State helps equip students with the skills to succeed, whether they’re in business for themselves or not.

BY Sarah Kuta

Is technology addictive?

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.

BY Libby Roerig