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The History of Indiana State University's Biggest Challenges - with Dr. Dan Clark

Released Thursday, 1st October 2020
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The coronavirus pandemic has thrown significant challenges at Indiana State University over two academic years, forcing the closure of campus before the end of the spring semester, and bringing a mix of virtual, in-person, and hybrid classes as the fall semester has begun.

While the word “unprecedented” has been used many, many times since March, the fact is there have been other challenging times in ISU’s 155 years of existence. Here to talk with us about some of those times is Dr. Dan Clark, associate professor of history at Indiana State, and the author of two books on ISU’s history.

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  • News Headlines - 0:44
  • Pacesetter Sports ad - 2:13
  • Feature Interview with Dr. Clark - 2:57
Thank you to Dr. Clark for regaling us with the history of Indiana State; the ISU Marketing Staff for the news stories; Dr. Scott Buchanan, Director in the School of Music, Annika Clawson, Student Services Assistant, and the Indiana State University bands for providing our music.