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Laughter and joy can filter in during unexpected times, such as at a funeral. Read Caitlin Stuckey’s memories of her grandfather along with what brings Heather Salsman and Amy Kyle joy in the Alumni Feed.
Amy (Curtis) Kyle, ’97, enjoys traveling with her ISU roommate and sorority sister Stephanie Quinto, ’98. Recently, the alumnae brought their children back to experience Indiana State.
Heather Salsman, ’08, enjoys helping other teachers through her blog and facebook page: Teaching Through Turbulence.
Gerry Dick, ’90, writes about what Indiana State University and Blue means to him.
An Indiana State graduate submitted a poem in honor of Al Perone, associate dean of students and ombudsperson.
As the former chair of the University Speaker Series, Mark Edwards had the opportunity to meet and hear stories from the many men and women who have visited Indiana State. He shares a few of their stories.
Mike Blackwell, ’71, had good luck fishing during the summer.
Lucy Chew, ’07, GR 10, traveled west for her summer vacation.
On May 21, 1949, a tornado swept through Shelburn, Ind., killing 11 residents. Richard McHugh, ’51, writes about that experience in his new book, “Blown Away.” He also wrote an essay on that experience for Indiana State University Magazine. Click on Alumni Feed above to see what other alumni submitted showing the weather.
In Tempe, Ariz., Amber Soergel, ‘98, has experienced the dust storms known as haboobs.