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Saturday, December 20, 2014



Indiana State professors author college-nonprofit partnerships book
Two Indiana State University professors are out with a new guidebook for nonprofit leaders that promotes campus and community partnerships for addressing many of the challenges their organizations face.

Indiana State business students seek supply chain solutions for Indiana melon producer
Students in the fundamentals of supply chain management course provide an Indiana melon producer with supply chain solutions to better the business.

Graduates urged to use talents to help others, make most of each day
Nearly 700 students from the class of 2014 participated in the Dec. 13 commencement ceremony at Hulman Center, where they heard from student speaker Joy McCall and alumni speaker Todd Osburn.

2015 Max Ehrmann Poetry Competition opens
The competition is open to individuals of all ages, living, working or attending school in the following six Indiana counties: Clay, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo. Cash prizes will be awarded. Entries must be received by Feb. 16.

Room and board, employee insurance rates set; Trustees endorse new major
Indiana State University's governing board approved a 2.9 percent increase in standard housing and meal plans for 2014-15, set rates for employee health insurance and endorsed a new bachelor's degree program in unmanned systems.

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New sounds, new friends
A group of amateur musicians- with varying to no musical training- has formed more than just a New Horizons Band at Indiana State University's Community School of the Arts.

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