Laura Arwood is a senior telecommunications and journalism news major and writes "Knock on ArWood" for the Daily News.
Occurrences of self-harm, suicidal ideation and suicide attempts are increasing in on-campus residents.
Sophomore accounting major Ebony Powell said when things get tough, she likes to dance. Dancing is her favorite way to relieve stress. But she hasn't been able to get space in the Jo Ann Gora Student Recreation and Wellness Center to be able to dance.
Recruitment and retention of a diverse student body is one of five goals the university set for itself to address student concerns.
After President Paul W. Ferguson resigned, the university hired a crisis communication consultant to manage its image.
Sexual assault prevention and awareness training formerly reserved for university employees is now mandatory for student employees as well. The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act requires institutions of higher learning take a course called, “Bridges: Building a Supportive Community,” which trains employees how to handle and prevent rape, domestic and dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
Students who live off-campus have a different experience with recycling than students who live on campus. Recycling bins are distributed throughout campus.
Tana Pittsford walks to the family sheep barn with her grandchildren, Wyatt and Kaylee Pitsfords. The Pittsfords are a six-generation 4-H family from Yorktown, Ind. who participated at the Indiana State Fair this summer. LAURA ARWOOD / BSU JOURNALISM AT THE FAIR
Spectrum is hosting Spring Week, a week of events meant to bring the LGBT community closer.. One of their activities was the Rainbow Games, which included a four legged race, dizzy bat races, a “big pants” game, and a hula hoop chain competition. DN PHOTO LAURA ARWOOD