Long before American Idol top-three finalist and Normal native Leah Marlene captivated a nationwide audience, her older brother, Shea Grehan ’20, had a clear picture of Marlene’s incredible potential.
Dr. Pirmin Nietlisbach, an assistant professor in the School of Biological Sciences, explains how the once nearly extinct geese have become a common presence in populated areas like Illinois State’s campus.
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.
Women’s athletics pioneers Linda Herman and Jill Hutchison sit down with Redbird Buzz to reflect on the impact of Title IX.
The Festival has a wide variety of options, including four camps for youth and two online classes for adults.
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.
Facing the World Series of his own life challenges, Illinois State pitcher Trey Krause needed to dream. With some of his most basic life functions suddenly taken from him, he envisioned one day gripping the ball again and letting go of a sweeping curveball coming out of his left hand.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has recognized Illinois State University with the organization’s 2021 Excellence and Innovation Award for Civic Learning and Community Engagement.
Meet some of the Illinois State University undergraduate students who conducted research this summer through the Undergraduate Research Support Grant (URSG) program from the Office of Student Research.