Watch videos of Indiana State honoring alumnus Larry Bird and ISU’s basketball game against Ball State.
Thousands of people spread out in front of the Hulman Center to cheer as Indiana State University unveiled a statue honoring Larry Bird.
Bill Walton discusses playing basketball with Larry Bird and a video of the Larry Bird statue being installed.
When Sandy Michael retired from teaching in Indiana, she found she couldn’t leave teaching behind. She went out into the world and found a new classroom in Thailand.
Jared Kluesner graduated in 2006 — a year later and with a different degree than he planned when a geology class opened the door to new possibilities.
Many routes exisit to fun and happiness in our lives. But what is fun? What is happiness? Indiana State psychology Professor Virgil Sheets discusses them and their impact on our lives in this question and answer session in this issue of magazine, which focuses on happiness.
From roller coasters to water rides, five Indiana State alumni have made fun their business at Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari in Santa Claus, Ind.
There is a cost for happiness, but it doesn’t necessarily mean just buying more gadgets and toys. For some, it’s about obtaining experiences and preparing for the future.
After leading the National Foundation on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, Rich Killingsworth, ’87, now promotes walkable, bikeable communities for healthy lifestyles.
Mike Meehan, ’94, slipped on his sneakers and began pounding the pavement in 2008. After completing everything from 5Ks to ultramarathons, he’s now preparing for a triathlon – all in the name of fun. Also, read his column about being and running in Boston after the explosion at the Boston Marathon.