Sociology alum runs for Bloomington City Council Kelby Cumpston, a sociology alum from 2013 and resident of Bloomington’s west side, recently ran as a Bloomington City Council candidate representing Ward 7 against Mollie Ward. The driving support behind his campaign and three other joint candidates was the newly formulated and progressive People’s First Coalition. A
Illinois State University’s annual Civic Engagement Celebration will take place on April 13. The virtual event will feature announcement of the Civic Engagement Award recipients and a presentation by the McLean County Museum of History on the history of activism at Illinois State.
An interview with School of Theatre and Dance alum Carlo Lorenzo Garcia and his personal experience with philanthropy.
The Center for Civic Engagement is excited to announce that Bring it Back to Normal, CCE’s spring day of service, will take place Friday, April 9.
Voting is a great way to practice civic engagement and make your impact. The next opportunity to vote in McLean County is the April 6 local election.
“Unnatural causes: Conversations about disparities and inequities” will feature a seven-part docuseries with biweekly discussions.
Join Milner Library for a special virtual talk on How Librarians Support International Libraries: Civic Engagement Beyond our Borders on March 30.
There’s finally light at the end of the very long, dark tunnel, and Mennonite College of Nursing students at Illinois State University are helping to provide the means to get there.
Illinois State University is being recognized nationally as one of over 231 institutions in the country designated as a Voter Friendly Campus by the national, nonpartisan organizations the Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.
On March 9 and 10, students will have two days with no classes, no assignments, and an opportunity to focus on their own well-being.