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In the News, June 4, 2019

Joe Hilgard comments to ABC News about a study on video games and aggressive behavior.

Ali Riaz was quoted in the LA Times on the practice of the immigration authorities. He also published commentaries on the debate over impeaching President Donald Trump and the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.

Renovation of Bone Student Center continues.

Ani Yazedjian talks about Care4U program to help youth transition to adulthood.

Ama Oforiwaa Aduonum discusses her play competing in the American Association of Community Theatre Finals.

Steven Juliano says it could be a ‘very big year’ for mosquitoes.

Illinois State joins Illinois Innovation Hub.

Grad Jack Whitsitt says students are prepared to “jump into the real world.”

Governor fills vacancies on Board of Trustees.

Jay Percell discusses teacher cadet program for Bloomington High School.

Cousins follow moms’ footsteps into nursing.

Martha Horst was a finalist for the “Classical Evolve” competition.

Karen Dennis talks about the Open World program, bringing faculty from Vladimir, Russia.

Nathan Mortimer receives NIH grant for Alzheimer’s research.

Karen Stipp added to the conversation about recovering from trauma.

 

 

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