After months of negotiations and preparations, Pioneer Oil Company is beginning drilling this week on the property it is leasing from Indiana State University.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education approved Indiana State's request to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science degree.
The artist who crafted the Bird statue made sure it would stand about two feet taller than Magic Johnson’s.
Classes in the ISU Department of Kinesiology, Recreation and Sports use government websites to complete assignments now unavailable because of the shutdown.
A poll released by Indiana Freedom showed the majority of Hoosiers think using a constitutional amendment to deal with same sex marriage is the wrong course.
The approved lease establishes royalty payments between the city and Pioneer Oil, which plans to drill on Indiana University State's campus.
The Washington Monthly College Guide rated ISU number one out of 281 universities across the nation for community engagement among students.
The lease is more than a revenue source, but also an incentive to keep Terre Haute International Airport's air traffic control tower secured.
Enrollment and applications to schools of education are down in Indiana and nationwide.
ISU's new Scott College of Business features 11 classrooms and offices for 50 faculty, administrators and staff.