Bloomberg Politics videographer Griffin Hammond ’07, M.S. ’09, has seen it all.
Not a terribly popular thing to say around a table of foster parents. Meyer’s next sentence was even more powerful: If they were looking for someone to transform the U.S. child welfare system—starting with their Midwestern nonprofit—she could do it. Fifteen years later, Meyer has stayed true to her word as CEO of Anu Family
August is the month when colleges and universities across the country welcome incoming freshmen to campus.
George Pruitt, a biology major and chemistry minor from Chicago, was at the epicenter of the traumatic events that rocked Illinois State University in the 1960s and early 1970s.
Illinois State’s summer orientation program was ahead of its time.
Mary (Mouser) Hofmann ’76 and her husband, Rudi, are fulfilling a lifelong dream by operating White Oak Vineyard in Carlock.
Television audiences of multiple thousands have seen Jon Kusner’s talent displayed on live productions for years, and yet few viewers know of the 1995 School of Theatre alum.
Judge Walter Brandon Jr. looked as placid as a pond, as he had all day, while he waited for the next case to begin in St. Clair County’s juvenile justice courtroom.
These apartments belong to women escaping abusive relationships, teens aging out of foster care, the poor, the addicted. Their stories don’t matter to Karen (Brown) Murley ’61, but their lives do.
To this day, when some alums see the new “Gladly we learn and teach” motto on Illinois State’s seal it’s enough to reopen a long-closed debate.