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Saturday, April 18, 2015



Indiana State dedicates ‘one of the finest venues in all of the NCAA.'
Gibson Track and Field, a $4 million facility on a 10-acre tract on the Wabash Riverfront, was dedicated Friday, marking a major event for the university and for Terre Haute's Riverscape project.

Elections won, bonds formed in 2015 student government campaign
Vernon Cheeks, a Chicago native, is set to serve as the 2015-16 Student Government Association president. Vice president-elect Shannon Anderson and Cheeks look forward to serving the student body.

Community School of the Arts presents spring recitals, exhibitions and performances
Indiana State University's Community School of the Arts will wrap up its spring semester with seven end-of-the-semester events. All events are free, and refreshments will be served.

Acclaimed Indian dancer to perform May 8
Rama Vaidyanathan is one of the leading performers of Bharatanatyam, a popular classical Indian dance form similar to ballet, and will be stopping in Terre Haute for one night only.

Indiana State’s Masterworks Chorale to perform April 26
The Indiana State University School of Music Student Ensemble Series will present the Masterworks Chorale in concert 4 p.m. April 26 in Tilson Auditorium.

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Demolition of Statesman Towers
The demolition of Statesman Towers at Indiana State University begins with a wrecking ball striking the northeast corner of the former College of Business.

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