Volume 16 • Number 3 • Winter 2016
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.
What are Illinois State’s traditions? That’s a complicated question.
Mary (Mouser) Hofmann ’76 and her husband, Rudi, are fulfilling a lifelong dream by operating White Oak Vineyard in Carlock.
Along with an international journal and hosting the largest biomathematics conference in the nation, Illinois State is spearheading a quickly growing consortium of universities dedicated to advancing the science of biomath.
Neil Skaggs arrived on the Illinois State campus in 1979 after completing a doctorate in economics at Duke University.
fter making it to the national championship game a year ago, Brock Spack’s football team had one objective this past season: return to the finals and bring home the trophy.
Former Director of Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics Laurie Mabry passed away last October at the age of 86.
Student-athletes logged 2,666 hours of community service during the 2014-2015 academic year.
Rachel Tejada and Tre Roberson won top honors last fall at The Reggies, which is the annual awards ceremony sponsored by State Farm Insurance Cos.
Statistics for the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) released last fall by the NCAA shows an 87 percent for Illinois State, which equals ISU’s all-time high.
The Illinois State University App launched this summer, available for free from the App Store or Google Play Store.
Graduates from the Class of 1966 will celebrate their 50th class reunion on April 29 and 30 during the annual Half Century Club event.
Heather Artis discovered her passion for advertising in an Illinois State classroom. Twenty years later, she’s now an advertising executive at Fox Searchlight, one of the top studios in Los Angeles.
Julie (Williams) McMillin ’01 is a role model for every retail dietitian in the country.
The Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers and Phoenix Coyotes are just a few of the organizations on the resume of 2015 College of Applied Science and Technology Hall of Fame Inductee Mike Bucek ’82.
Robert Moore ’95 will put his degree in industrial/organizational psychology to good use as the first chief operating officer of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA).
Alexander “Lex” Samaras grew up in the Illinois agricultural town of Hoopeston. He transferred to Illinois State Normal University in 1941 with a love for music and a passion for music education.
Megan Geigner doesn’t have to look far to see how her family got connected to Illinois State.