The Culturally Responsive Campus Community (CRCC) Conference will have a new look for 2020, and a refocus on its original purpose—confronting anti-Blackness.
Artist and writer Dr. Alberto Ledesma of the University of California, Berkeley, is a virtual visiting artist to open this year’s Latin Heritage Month.
President Larry Dietz will host a virtual open house for Illinois State University faculty and staff to celebrate diversity-focused affinity groups and interdisciplinary programs.
Members of the Illinois State University community can get in touch with their inner “geek” during this year’s inaugural ReggieCon events.
Senior Madonna Coleman is the focus of the Multicultural Outreach Team’s Student Spotlight.
For many new students, finding a group of friends can be one of the most overwhelming parts of arriving on campus. Jaden Echols realized this firsthand, and was one of the catalysts who sparked the formation of the Black Excellence registered student organization (RSO).
Tony Davenport has a unique perspective when he listens to the ongoing conversations asking for change in law enforcement practices. He is a proud young Black man who wants to see solutions to incidents of brutality that have rocked the nation. He also wants to help make those changes from the inside.
Triston Brown, a second-year graduate student studying cultural anthropology, wears many hats on Illinois State’s campus.
The Bloomington-Normal area was home to a champion of efforts to ratify the 19th amendment in Hazle Buck Ewing. Toni Tucker, director of the Ewing Cultural Center, discusses Ewing’s involvement in the Women’s Suffrage Movement.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Illinois State University will receive a federal Student Support Services grant of $1,547,285 to help more students succeed in and graduate from college.