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A small earthquake served as Los Angeles resident Keith Habersberger’s alarm clock on the morning of his keynote speech for the School of Communication’s COM Week 2021.
Yohannes Yamassee ’16 always dreamed of working with Walt Disney Co.
An interview with School of Theatre and Dance alum Carlo Lorenzo Garcia and his personal experience with philanthropy.
A first date at the downtown Bloomington theatre led to a 68-year marriage filled with dream jobs, love, and family the Homecoming: Redbirds in Flight alumni king and queen, Frank ’51, M.S. ’59, and Jean (Strauss) ’51 Chiodo.
Illinois State Wonsook Kim School of Art alum and glass artist Jason Mack ’08 has been building the world’s largest Christmas tree made of glass.
The Crossroads Project presents a staged reading of the new play “Even Flowers Bloom in Hell, Sometimes” by Franky D. Gonzalez, winner of the 2020 Diverse Voices Playwriting Initiative.
Retired Illinois State employee and three-time alum Dr. Sally Pyne ’78, M.S. ’87, Ph.D. ’99, will make her national television debut Friday morning on Today With Hoda & Jenna as one of the contestants for a round of the Weakest Link hosted by fellow Redbird Jane Lynch ’82.
Gregory Johnson ’77, M.A. ’80 was selected to create John Lewis’ statue that will reside in Atlanta’s Rodney Mims Cook Sr. Park, land dedicated to Georgia leadership that has shaped the world.
Illinois State University School of Theatre and Dance alumni received nominations in multiple categories for the 2020 Equity Jeff Awards.