ISU Today

ISU Today
Thursday, November 27, 2014

Announcements

Sycamore football advances to NCAA FCS playoffs
ISU Alumni Association and Sycamore Athletic Fund to host pre-game event at 11 a.m. at Paddy Wagon.

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Terre Haute Sustainability Championship 2014 winners recognized at Indiana State
The Terre Haute Sustainability Championship was meant to encourage students in kindergarten through college to embrace sustainable initiatives.

Benefits of music on math skills become focus of study at Indiana State
Caitlin Brez, assistant professor of psychology, and Petra Nyendick, director of the Community School of the Arts at Indiana State, began a study in September to see why music instruction benefits math skills.

New Horizons Band provides music training, friends, health benefits
The New Horizons Band is hosting an information day 6 p.m. Dec. 15. The regularly scheduled New Horizons class will be open for observation, and Hanson will be available to answer questions. The event is free, and refreshments will be served.

Hines, Presidents Medal recipients announced for winter commencement
Kelly Steffen of Bloomington, Ill. and Shea Tempel of Dale received the Hines Medal for having the highest grade point average among graduating seniors. Kari Kirchner of Terre Haute received the President's Medal for Leadership, Scholarship and Service.

Changing the Culture
The Lifespan Healthy Living Initiative aims to change the emphasis of youth sports from competition to healthy living.

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Aerial tour of Indiana State University
A scenic jaunt through campus on a typical autumn day.

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