In the News, October 31, 2017
Chicago Tribune speaks with Olaya Landa-Vialard on the teacher shortage for visually impaired students’ programs.
Student Mallory Lovings gives insights on her internship with the Netflix show “Stranger Things.”
Paul Dennhardt provides a sneak peek into the production, She Kills Monsters.
Joan Brehm discusses plans for a new Center for a Sustainable Water Future at Illinois State.
Oz Dincer tells Illinois Radio Network that perceived government corruption repels business investments and economic growth.
April Anderson talks to WGLT about a new book on ISU buildings.