Already the holder of Illinois State track and field records, Brittany Smith ’12 became the world leader in shot put earlier this year.
Don’t know of watch parties in your area? Contact Alumni Relations to see what is available now so you’re ready for the upcoming season.
In the nation’s battle against obesity, fast food carries the title of public enemy No. 1. A former McDonald’s executive, Mike Donahue ’80 is challenging that reality with LYFE Kitchen.
While an undergraduate studying mathematics and economics at Illinois State, Virginia Owen ’62 never envisioned she would return as faculty and make the University her home for more than three decades.
Jackie (Lacke) Froelich transferred to campus in 1986, never envisioning how many Redbirds would eventually fill her family’s tree.
Former baseball All-American and 1980 Percy Family Illinois State Athletics Hall of Fame honoree Dave Bergman ’78 died in February at the age of 61.
Illinois State readers were asked in the November 2014 issue to answer the same set of questions about their time on campus. The response was overwhelming, allowing for a snapshot of specific eras.
Toby (Ford) Atkinson ’05 is a wife, mom and working professional. As Mrs. Illinois, she is also the proud representative of other women who juggle multiple roles.
Illinois State alumnus Gene Jontry pays attention to details. His meticulous form at the free throw line sealed a 94 percent free throw average, a Redbird record that still stands.
Trevor Steinbach didn’t lose his passion for history after completing his major in the subject and speech communications in 1975.