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Chief Quabachi and his Indian Princess

A mascot is generally the most recognizable symbol of a school.  Indiana State’s various mascots demonstrates the changes in the school and society as we started out as fighting teachers in the late 1800s and eventually created Sycamore Sam in the 1990s.

From fighting teachers to a Sycamore tree to Chief Quabachi and his Indiana princess to Sycamore Sam, ISU has had numerous mascots that have represented the school and reflected the current era.  What does Sycamore Sam say about ISU today?