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Indiana State powers up the Terre Haute and Indiana’s economy through construction, salaries and entertainment. The university also sends more than 1,900 graduates each year into the workforce to become engaged residents that impact their communities.
Ten students spent the summer creating paintings, pottery, photography and more as part of a new program, “Sycamore Artists Residing in Our Town,” or SARIOT.
The community-wide initiative, 2013 Year of the River, will provide arts, cultural, environmental and educational events throughout 2013 that are focused on the Wabash River and rivers and water as they affect our lives.
On June 7, 2008, many Terre Haute, Ind., residents awoke to a rising Honey Creek that swept through their houses and became a moment that changed their lives.
Mark Edwards’ interest in John Dillinger began in his youth. After his move to Terre Haute, he found stories about the bank robber abounded.
An Indiana State University professor and students are piecing together the clues of those buried in a forgotten county home cemetery, including discovering how many have lain at rest since at least the late 1800s.
Although Terre Haute’s residents spearheaded a campaign to clean up the town after a national magazine labeled it “Sin City,” the city’s past has not been forgotten.
Indiana State University and the city of Terre Haute were in the spotlight when the Indiana Society of Chicago Foundation hosted the society’s annual Anniversary Dinner.
In the fall, tens of thousands of crows flock to Terre Haute and Indiana State University filling the skies and trees. The city and university are fighting back.
This year’s celebration will honor Indiana State University and salute the city of Terre Haute.