Show the students in Sober Redbirds and beyond that they are supported in their recovery journeys at Illinois State.
Students from the College Panhellenic Council (CPC), Interfraternity Council (IFC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and United Greek Council (UGC) joined together to support Sorority and Fraternity Life, a unit of the Dean of Students Office, in the community-wide initiative to establish anti-racism training for sorority and fraternity members campus-wide.
The Student Wellness Ambassador Team (SWAT) at Illinois State University provides wellness resources to students and the community. SWAT hosts events to promote the eight dimensions of health and provides physical resources to Illinois State students through the Wellness Gazebo, the GSpot. President Tatum Flores said the group holds educational workshops on campus that cover
A spotlight on the Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC), which members describe as a family that provides an inclusive space.
Spread the Magic, a registered student organization (RSO) at Illinois State, delivers positivity to healthcare centers and events in Bloomington-Normal. Members typically dress in costume as Disney characters or superheroes before heading out to visit with children, individuals with disabilities, or the elderly. President Leela Wolgemuth said the group is now hosting meetings over Zoom
Recovery ally training will provide essential information for faculty and staff at Illinois State.
For over 40 years, Student Access and Accommodation Services (SAAS) at Illinois State University has offered support for students with disabilities and/or medical/mental health conditions.
Female-identifying music fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) provides a welcoming environment for women who love music at Illinois State University. President Megan McDillon said she knows Greek life can be intimidating but believes that joining SAI is an easy and empowering process. “Our goal is to promote interaction between those who share a commitment and
Naudia Williams named America’s Best College Poet after competing with students from across the country.
Illinois State’s chapter of College Mentors for Kids gives current students the opportunity to connect with local elementary school students. President Allison Isom said the registered student organization’s (RSO’s) main priority is to reach the children who will benefit most from educational and social mentorship. “These kids come from low income areas where their parents