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Saturday, September 20, 2014



Schick Lecture series starts Sept. 25
The series features scholars from the United States and United Kingdom to lecture on literature and language topics before 1900. All lectures, which are free and open to the public, begin at 3:30 p.m. in Root Hall A264.

NPR comes to ISU: Music format moves to new frequency
WISU, Indiana State University's campus radio station for the past 50 years, has begun carrying news and informationprograming while the station's former music programing has switched to WZIS, 90.7 FM.

Lone wolf terrorists target police more, but attacks not more frequent
Lone wolf terrorist attacks are not on the rise as popular culture might lead one to believe — but the attacks are more personal, use high-velocity firearms and target military and police officials.

Grandson of Nazi commandant to speak at Indiana State
Rainer Hoess will speak Oct.1 in the University Hall theater in conjunction with the screening of the documentary "Hitler's Children."

9/11 survivor speaks at remembrance event, inspires younger audience
Leeky Behrman survived the attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

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ISU vs Tennessee Tech
Sycamores defeat Tennessee Tech 49-14 in the team's home opener at Memorial Stadium.

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