The State Dance Marathon raised more than 116,000 for Riley Hospital for Children.
Indiana State students met with lawmakers at the Indiana Statehouse on Monday, Feb. 6, as part of ISU at the Statehouse Day.
The Indiana State Dance Marathon is quickly approaching! Have you registered for StateDM 2017? It’s a celebration that you don’t want to miss! Watch our new promotional video for a sneak peek of StateDM 2017. The event is scheduled for Feb. 25 at the Indiana State Arena building. Proceeds from the event benefit Riley Hospital
Students learn a line dance during 10K Tuesday, and event organized by Indiana State Dance Marathon that raised more than $11,600. The event was an all-day fund-raiser to benefit Riley Hospital for Children.
Economics Professor Bob Guell offered his thoughts on the local economy during the annual Groundhog Day Economic Forecast. The event is sponsored by the Scott College of Business, the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and Terre Haute Savings Bank. To view more images from the event, visit the gallery.
Members of the Indiana State Dance Marathon gathered in the studio recently to shoot a promotional video for the upcoming Dance Marathon. The event raises funds for the Riley Hospital for Children.
Check out these fantastic photos taken by junior biochemistry/biology student Wendell Kirkman during a student trip to Ecuador over break on a service-learning in conjunction with Timmy Global Health (TGH), a non-profit foundation in Indianapolis that seeks to alleviate healthcare disparities in developing countries of Latin America. To view more images from Wendell – including
View a gallery of images from Student Photography Jon Garcia, who traveled with two busloads of Indiana State students to attend the inauguration ceremony of President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C.
Students learn a line dance during the Indiana State Dance Marathon’s 10K Tuesday fund-raiser. The event raised more than $11,600 for Riley Hospital for Children.
Indiana State Dance Marathon raised more than $11,600 to benefit Riley Hospital for Children at the 10K Tuesday event, exceeding the groups goal of $10,000. The total goes toward the groups overall goal of $80,000, which it hopes to raise by the dance marathon on Feb. 25.