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Parade, Parade Marshal and College Open Houses

The Blue and White Homecoming Parade will begin at 9th and Cherry streets in downtown Terre Haute. The parade will run west on Wabash Avenue to 5th Street and will end at the intersection of 5th and Chestnut streets.

Parade Map Linked (PDF)

 

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Noah Malone is Parade Marshal of Homecoming parade 

Noah Malone sophomore sprinter standing with Olympic medalsThree-time Paralympic medal winner and Indiana State University sophomore Noah Malone will be Parade Marshal of the Blue and White Homecoming Parade on October 23.

Malone, a sprinter for the Sycamores in NCAA competition, won one gold medal and two silvers at the recent Tokyo Paralympics. He was diagnosed at age 12 with a rare disease that left him legally blind but with some peripheral vision.

Malone, from Fishers, Indiana, won gold at the Paralympics in the 4 x 100-meter universal relay and silvers in the 100 and 400 meters.

“When I lost my vision, I wish I had somebody to look up to,” Malone said during a postrace interview on NBC. “My biggest goal is to inspire people. This is a great platform to do so.”

The parade starts at 9 a.m. at Ninth Street and Wabash Avenue. It goes west on Wabash to Fifth Street, then north on Fifth Street to Chestnut Street.

The Homecoming football game is at 1 p.m. against Youngstown State at Memorial Stadium.

 

College Open Houses: 9 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Make plans to attend the inaugural College Open Houses during homecoming weekend. Colleges and Cunningham Memorial Library will host Open Houses providing alumni and friends the opportunity to explore campus and discover the numerous renovations/updates and new buildings located on the ISU campus. Meet the College Dean, reconnect with faculty and staff, and discover new opportunities available to current and future students. Also, the Open Houses are great ways to connect with fellow Sycamores. After watching the Blue & White Parade, make plans to meet your fellow classmates to reminisce about late night study sessions.

Please see map below for College Open House locations: 1– College of Health and Human Services, 2– College of Graduate and Professional Studies (Jones Hall), 3- Cunningham Memorial Library, 4- Bayh College of Education (University Hall), 5- College of Arts and Science (Stalker Hall), 6- University College (Normal Hall), 7- Honors College (Pickerl Hall), 8- College of Technology (John T. Myers Technology Center), 9- Scott College of Business (Federal Hall- 2nd Floor – Smith Magna Carta Courtroom).

College Open Houses Map