Redbirds recorded over 350 hours, hosted multiple service projects, and made gifts to support scholarships during the month of June for #RedbirdImpact Month.
A yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of Title IX culminated with a three-day celebratory event on Illinois State University’s campus, June 24-26.
Chris Voelz ’70 joins the Redbird Buzz podcast to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Title IX and to share her experiences as a physical education major, four-sport Redbird student-athlete, and women’s athletics pioneer.
More than 70 Redbirds teamed up to make a difference in Bloomington-Normal—one scoop of cereal, one bag of pasta, and one bookbag of school supplies at a time—during Illinois State University’s fourth #RedbirdImpact Day of Service, Saturday, June 11.
What happens when you take a traditional wedding format and flip it upside down? If anyone knows about flipping upside down, it would be alumni of the Gamma Phi Circus.
Illinois State alumni, family, and friends are invited to cool off at Illinois’ largest waterpark this summer and enjoy a famous sandwich, straight from Normal.
As part of one of the most prestigious and well-known Shakespeare festivals in the country, alumni and friends can see Shakespeare’s King Lear.
Illinois Department of Human Rights Director Jim Bennett shared his story on the Redbird Buzz podcast.
Fireworks, all-you-can-eat baseball favorites, bobblehead giveaway, and more for our night at the Corn Crib.
When Redbird Jerry Wirth ’88 was inducted into the College of Business Hall of Fame at Illinois State’s 2004 Homecoming, he had no idea the connection he made that weekend with fellow alum Mike Richard ’75 would turn into a project that would help children around the world.