TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana State University is giving back to the community by taking part in Donaghy Day.
Students, faculty, and staff are contributing to the 12 Points clean-up, which is a way to revitalize the area.
ISU has made it a priority to participate in volunteer work.
On Wednesday, volunteers could be seen picking up trash along the road.
Volunteers told us it is rewarding to make a difference in the community they call home.
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