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Radiolab on Don Quixote
NPR – Bruce Burningham will appear on the program Radiolab, talking about Cervantes and Don Quixote.

Proposed cuts
Chicago Tribune – President Larry Dietz was quoted about the $400 million budget cut to higher education proposed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. Dietz was also quoted in The Pantagraph during the presentation of honorary degrees to John and Joanne Maitland on Founders Day.

 A gourmet career
WGLT – Arlene Hosea, Campus Dining (retired), was interviewed about her career with Campus Dining and the dramatic changes in college food service operations.

Preparing for HLC
The Pantgaraph – Jim Jawahar, Office of the Provost, reported the University is “in good shape” for the Higher Learning Council re-accreditation.

The Graves collection
WGLT – Maureen Brunsdale, Milner Library, was interviewed about a collection of material related to British poet Robert Graves that was recently donated to Milner Library by former Illinois State University Provost John Presley, who is a Graves scholar.

Nursing shortage
The Pantagraph – H. Catherine Miller, MCN, was interviewed about the nursing shortage in a story that mentioned Ed Reitz, MCN, receiving the Nursing Educator Fellowship.

Don’t take a seat
WGLT – Erin Link, Health & Wellness, was interviewed about the detrimental health effects of too much sitting.

New play by Pereira to open
The Pantagraph – Kim Pereira, TDH, was featured in a story about his new play Hostage, opening at the New Route Theatre.

Getting some zzzzzzzzs
WGLT – Teresa Valerio, MCN, was interviewed about sleep disorders for the final installment of a series on sleep issues.