The updates were given at a news conference Friday.
The archive currently holds more than 18,000 cubic feet of historic material that helps chronicle both the school's and Indiana's history.
Local march organizers say at least 5,000 people from Indiana are making the trip to Washington.
Quayle said he’s talked to Pence several times since election night.
About 7,500 National Guardsmen from all around the country will be in Washington. One hundred fifty soldiers are from Indiana.
While their connection to the next vice president may have gotten them noticed, the students say that wasn’t the only reason they landed the invitation to perform.
The team's first Inauguration Day appearance was 1913 escorting Thomas Marshall, who, like Mike Pence, was a former Indiana Governor-turned-Vice President.
Mike Pence will be the 6th from our state; only New York claims more.