The Pantagraph – Lane Crothers, POL, Ali Riaz, POL, Elisabeth Friedman, ART, and George Gordon, emeritus POL, commented on the Israeli election on a panel sponsored by the Department of Politics and Government.
The Pantagraph – Student leaders commented on the Solidarity Walk, which attracted nearly 1,000 students to the Quad to speak out against racist and sexist incidents at campuses across the U.S.
Pride and Prejudice
The Pantagraph – Lori Adams, THE, was interviewed about the School of Theatre and Dance’s production of Pride and Prejudice, adapted from the popular Jane Austen novel.
Marlee Matlin talk
WMBD-TV – Donald Reed, Housing, talked about the appearance of Marlee Matlin for the Disability Cultural Awareness Dinner.
A special Pi Day
WJBC, Chicago Tribune – Krzysztof Ostaszewski, MAT, talked about a Pi Day celebration that included the awarding of scholarships in honor of alumna Lee Ann Murray, who passed away from lymphoma.
Police and students
Aaron Woodruff, University Police, was part of a panel of local police chiefs talking with students about mutual respect and understanding. The event was sponsored by My Brotha’s Keeper and the ISU chapter of the NAACP.
WGLT – Edgar Norton, Finance, talked on Sound Ideas about the Illinois Pension Reform Law.
WMBD-TV – Students spoke about Deaf Awareness Week.