In the News, October 9, 2018
Maureen Brunsdale previews the PBS documentary on circuses that will include the Milner Library special collection.
Ben Sadd talked with The Pantagraph about his research into bees’ guts that could help humans.
A spotlight from WMBD-TV on Ewing Manor’s 90th celebration.
Rachel Iversen explained the new adaptable challenge course.
Illinois Farmer Today featured a new chapter of Minorities in Agriculture.
Illinois State’s Department of Geography, Geology, and the Environment gained note with the repatriation of John Wesley Powell artifacts home to Utah.
Ashley Farmer discussed better ways to keep pets safe during disasters.
Wolfgang Stein talked about his grant-supported work on how changes in temperatures can impact the nervous system.