Waking up to the smell of meat and potatoes has to be every American’s dream. I guess I’m truly just unpatriotic because I don’t like — no, I despise — Thanksgiving. It’s just one more day until Christmas, honestly. It just so happens we celebrate it by overeating, napping and watching TV surrounded by our relatives we usually can’t wait to kick out of the house. Thanksgiving just isn’t that great. And before you attack me, just listen.
Watching the Steelers and Browns scuffle at the end of their matchup Thursday night left me with just one question about the sports I love so dearly: Is sportsmanship dead? The answer, unfortunately, is yes.
Several thousand teachers wearing red surrounded the Indiana Statehouse on Tuesday to call for better pay and more respect from the Republican-dominated state government in a protest that closed more than half of the state’s school districts for the day.
The Men's Basketball squad burst out of the gate to a 3-1 start in the early goings of the season. Their only loss: a four point defeat to an Evansville squad that knocked off 9th ranked Kentucky.
With finals and deadlines quickly approaching, students may be feeling an increase of anxiety or stress. But, a new planetarium program has premiered that is aimed at helping students with mental health issues such as anxiety, stress and more.
Students and professors walked outside the Teachers College 11 a.m. Tuesday. Some left their classrooms, and others joined them to protest in support of public school teachers.
Even though 1999 was the last year of a century, it was only the beginning for Red-Tail Land Conservancy in east-central Indiana.
Welcome to this week's episode of The Coven! This week we talked about the recent controversial events regarding TI demanding his daughter's records after visiting the gynecologist. How does this contribute to the stereotype of the protective father? What are some examples of this trend in media today? Find this out and more in this week's episode of The Coven! Hosted by: Ashley Curry, Baylie Clevenger, Sam Smith Edited by: Kellyn Harrison Feature Graphic by: Evan Williamson
Camouflaged within the trees next to the Prairie Creek Reservoir are endless trails for biking, hiking and walking. Now, visitors can find new mountain bike trails.
As a first-generation college student and the oldest of five siblings, junior journalism education major Aric Fulton said he didn’t have a role model to look up to when applying for college, so he feels the need to be one for his brothers and sisters.
The hopes of a rather successful season are slipping away from the Cardinals’ football team. A team that was so high has hit the ground hard following a three-game losing streak, which knocked it out of reach of a MAC Championship bid.