Graduate student Julissa Navarette '19 holds a newborn at the University Farm.

Students are on call for deliveries as part of the Department of Agriculture’s calf and lamb watch program, which has grown in popularity.

Illinois State University walkway bridge

Illinois State University has been recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs” as the second-best program in Illinois and the 14th-best program in the United States.

An entry to the Quad after an ice and snow hit campus in early January 2021.

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Nobuko Adachi on Quad

The Research Series from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology continues with “Yellow Peril Redux: Reformation of Racial Assaults Toward Asians in Diaspora During the Pandemic.”

headshot of Alison Bailey

In her new book, Dr. Alison Bailey explores the ways white supremacy and privilege operate like an anesthesia, desensitizing white people to the inherited damage of whiteness on collective humanity.

drawing of woman in yoga pose

“Sustainability and the Soul” will feature vegan cookbook author Afya Ibomu and yoga with alumna Radiance Campbell.

Fairchild Hall

“Unnatural causes: Conversations about disparities and inequities” will feature a seven-part docuseries with biweekly discussions.

Redbird head bust

Submit workspace entries by March 24 for a special edition of this traditional event.