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Graduate continues family tradition in education
For Josh Fewell, teaching isn't just his chosen career — it's his family tradition.
After graduating in December, he accepted his first job teaching fourth graders at Western Intermediate School, Russiaville.
Senior pushes through academic challenges to earn degree
At the lowest point in Kiley Heuermann’s life, graduating from college felt like the impossible dream.
But she refused to give up.
Brothers prepare to graduate together
For most of their lives, brothers Ely and Henly Page have done things together.
Since they were about 10 years old, they’ve worked as a team in jobs including farmhand, construction, logging, landscaping, roofing, and more.
Volleyball player attacks court, classroom
The transition from high school to college sports can be difficult, with talented players learning to play as part of a team, rather than as its star. But Mary Westover took advantage of these lessons and turned them into success – both on the court and in the classroom.
Saudi student serves as cultural ambassador on campus
Be the change you wish to see in the world.
As an international student at Indiana University Kokomo, Hibah Falatah embodied those words of Mahatma Gandhi, by helping other international students get off on the right foot and educating others about her own culture.
Internship leads Cougar baseball player into sports marketing
As a die-hard Indianapolis Colts fan, Nick Cottongim’s dream job is working in marketing for the team.
“Ever since I first stepped in the RCA Dome, in the company of Peyton Manning, Reggie Wayne, Marvin Harrison, Bob Sanders, and Jeff Saturday, I knew I was watching the most elite players,” he said.
Graduate finds passion in human resources
For many college students, a change in career plans three years into earning a degree would mean switching majors, and more time in school.But when Emily Harsh discovered a passion for human resources just before her senior year, faculty and staff guided her to obtain the experience she needed to get a foot in the door in the hospitality and tourism management (HTM) program.