Indiana State University adds two programs for homecoming

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)— Homecoming is underway at Indiana State University and officials are taking extra steps to keep students safe.

Passengers will able to get free rides to Memorial Stadium and ISU’s campus, with Sober-Ride, which is a free shuttle service.

That’s happening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sober Ride stops from ISU to Memorial Stadium, pick up locations only 

  • Saratoga, 5th St. and Wabash Ave.
  • The Verve, 7th St. and Wabash Ave.
  • 9th St. and Wabash Ave.
  • 14th St. and Wabash Ave.
  • 18th St. and Wabash Ave.

Sober Ride stops from Memorial Stadium to ISU, pick up locations only 

• Memorial Stadium, 3300 Wabash Ave. 
• 2940 Wabash Ave 
• 20th and Wabash Ave
• Sonka’s 14th and Wabash Ave 
• 9th and Wabash on 9th Street 

Sober Ride Drop Off/ Pick Up Locations 
• Memorial Stadium, 3300 Wabash Ave. 
• 6th and Elm University Village 
• ISU Lincoln Quad at 5th and Tippecanoe Street 
• ISU Lot 11 on 5th Street (south of Spruce Street) 
• ISU 5th and Chestnut Street 

Students will also be volunteering as designated walkers to keep others safe.

ISU’s Director of Communications, Mark Alesia, said he doesn’t expect this year’s celebration to be bigger compared to previous years.

“We expect it to be like previous years. It’s always a great celebration and a lot of people comeback. But, I’m not sure we think that it is going to be necessarily larger than previous years,” He said. “We just want people to be safe.”

The Sycamores will play Youngstown State University at 1 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

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