Matt Mellen starts moving his body side to side with his arms bent in front of his face. He looks up, smiles and says, “The music we write is the music that gets people to do this -- getting into the groove." His band mate, Brandon Brookshear nods his head in silent agreement.
Raised within a Mennonite community in Goshen, Ind., Jesse Mack, a sophomore music education major, still keeps his faith and community close.
Students may get in tune with the social event network that is hooking up students from seven universities in Indiana with buzz-worthy happenings.
It was Sept. 11, 2001. After millions of Americans watched the attacks, April Krowel stood in line for eight hours to donate blood to the Sept. 11 victims in New York and Washington, D.C.
Students have seen their fair share of mock waterboarding, giant posters of mangled fetuses and shouting this semester as protests and demonstrations have landed on campus.