Reducing barriers to success

Indiana State tackles national issue of campus hunger by launching a food pantry for students.

Some college students are faced with tough choices: Buy groceries, or pay for books? Eat dinner, or pay for car insurance? Feed my children, or pay my tuition bill? Indiana State doesn’t want them to have to make those difficult decisions. Instead, c…
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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

Top notch

Business undergrad lands a job with Amazon after wowing them during an internship his junior year.

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

Incubating business

Campus and community organizations help cultivate a growing culture of entrepreneurism in the Wabash Valley.

BY Sarah Kuta

Financial freedom

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.

BY Betsy Simon

A league of their own

The National Panhellenic Conference awarded Indiana State the College Panhellenic Excellence Award for the sixth year in a row this fall.

BY Betsy Simon