ISU alum Shea Grehan ’20 supports his sister's American Idol rise through the viewfinder
If you haven’t seen a pure hitter of the baseball up close and personal, the clock is ticking. Illinois State University outfielder Ryan Cermak has been on a tear with the bat all season long, but the regular season comes to an end with a three-game series against Southern Illinois beginning May 19 at Duffy Bass Field.
The Festival has a wide variety of options, including four camps for youth and two online classes for adults.
Kwame Patterson has yet to have a “slow day” after two years at Illinois State. He was hired as a coordinator for Diversity Advocacy on January 6, 2020. Two days later, the University greenlit the creation of its Multicultural Center.
Over the last two years, the ISU National Center for Urban (NCUE) has continued to provide culturally relevant urban experiences to faculty and students via virtual platforms
For the fourth straight outdoor season and ninth time in program history, the Illinois State women were crowned Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Outdoor Champions after totaling 180 points in the team score, topping Indiana State’s 143 points.
What’s next? Dr. Aondover Tarhule answers key questions about Illinois State’s new College of Engineering
Dr. Aondover Tarhule, vice president for Academic Affairs and provost, spoke about his vision for the College of Engineering and what Redbirds can expect to see next.
A visionary goal set decades ago within the Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts and the School of Music has been achieved with ISU now designated an All-Steinway School. Criteria was met with the purchase of three Steinway concert grand pianos and 11 Steinway uprights.
Illinois State offers an alternative and unique vehicle to discuss social issues through the establishment of ReggieCon, ISU’s home-grown comic convention with a focus on equity, diversity and inclusion.
It was March 2021, and most businesses were closed amid another surge in coronavirus (COVID-19) infections and deaths across Brazil. Gloor, however, was continuing her work as art director and costume designer for a five-part television documentary titled Tramas da Moda (FashionNet), about the storied history of fashion in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.