Students, faculty protest RFRA
Max Hedon woke up to the news that Gov. Mike Pence had signed SB 101 and it angered him, driving him to organize a peaceful protest in downtown Evansville Monday
VIDEO: SGA debate addresses, ‘avoids’ campus issues
The 2015 SGA presidential candidates Nehal Ninad, Alexa Bueltel and Alex Hoffmann presented their platforms March 26, at the USI Performance Center, and answered questions from students and President Linda Bennett
Opportunity to strenghten leadership arrises for Durham
Being a leader is a role junior defender McKinsey Durham has always seemed to fit into well
Nationals are approaching for the dance team and with that comes its annual performance for friends and family in the Physical Activities Center. The team performed its nationals routine Sunday after an alumni luncheon, and before a practice and their end of the year party. The day was full, but
Student Government Association presidential candidates took center stage at the USI Performance Center Thursday to answer questions from students and President Linda Bennett
Max Hedon, a 23-year-old transgender male, said he woke up to the news that Governor Mike Pence had signed Senate Bill 101 and it angered him, driving him to organize a peaceful protest at the Four Freedoms Monument in downtown Evansville Monday afternoon.
President Linda Bennett shared friendly advice and French toast with students early Thursday morning during the 26th annual Breakfast with the President.
Those who missed out on the Student Government Association’s 2015-2016 presidential candidate debate Thursday can now watch the full event. The Shield livestreamed as all three candidates laid out their platforms at the USI Performance Center, and answered questions submitted from the audience.
USI men’s basketball player George Edwards was arrested after being pulled over near a sobriety checkpoint at West Franklin Street and North Lemcke Avenue around 4 a.m. Saturday morning. He registered a blood alcohol content of 0.087, according to the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office. The junior forward was taken in on the
Created Equal, a non-profit organization, took to USI’s free speech zone Friday to talk to students about abortion. The group posted large signs with pro-life messages and risque images between the Orr Center and the new USI Performance Center. They started each conversation by asking students, “What do you think about
Dear students and instructors who move tables/desks in classrooms, Put them back when you’re done. Magic fairies don’t pop out of the computer cases and re-arrange desks in the night – UE outbid us on that service. When I transferred to USI last semester, the new classrooms in the Orr
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