Here’s a look at the impact that Indiana State University student have on the community. This year’s Dance Marathon is scheduled for April 7 at the Student Recreation Center.
Indiana State University students participated in the MLK Day of Service. To view more images from the day, visit the full gallery.
Physical Therapy students were among the the many campus community volunteers who assisted during the Indiana Special Olympics Summer Games. Indiana State is proud to be the birthplace of Special Olympics in the state of Indiana. From a gathering of a few dozen individuals at Indiana State on June 6, 1969, Special Olympics Indiana has
Indiana State sophomore Star Leonard shares her experience of traveling to Ecuador with TIMMY Global Health.
The first ever John Beacon 5K Fun Run was held Thursday in honor of the retirement of John Beacon, the university’s vice president of enrollment management. Proceeds from the run goes to student scholarships. To view more images from the event, visit the full gallery.
Students and staff from the College of Technology and the College of Education recently participated in their own designated Donaghy Day recently. Donaghy Day is a time for the Indiana State community to join together and participate in public service both on campus and in the community.
On March 29, the College of Arts and Sciences hosted the second installment of its wildly popular and successful “Night at the Museum”, in which the hallways and laboratories in the Science Building come alive at night! Attendees had the opportunity to experience science through hands-on activities. To view more images from the event, visit
Visit the gallery to view more images from Indiana State’s Human Rights Day event.