The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is a national day of service to honor his commitment and contributions to the civil rights movement and social justice.
The Illinois Shakespeare Festival partnered with Illinois State’s Ewing Cultural Center to present ShakesFEAR, a haunted tour through Shakespeare’s most gruesome imagery.
With her role as advisor to the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society chapter at Illinois State, Angela Bailey de las Heras is helping students reach into the community and provide insights into another language and culture.
The Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies Program at Illinois State University is accepting nominations and self-nominations for the Grabill-Homan Community Peace Prize.
As 56 undergraduate students split into fake families for a daylong exercise about what it’s like to live in poverty, Raven Davidson’s character was there to steal, cajole, and coerce them into illegal behavior.
Ph.D. student Megan Nickels wants to know how children with cancer and other chronic illness can learn math through educational robotics.
Volunteer opportunities are available to faculty and staff for Welcome Week.
Audiology mentor Ryan Mulligan ’11 and a team of student volunteers are helping Special Olympics Illinois athletes as they compete in the Summer Games at Illinois State.
It’s Finals Week at Illinois State, but at least 50 students are making time to travel to hard-hit Washington, Illinois, to help the community with tornado damage cleanup.
Campus Recreation hosted the inaugural Big Red Volleyball Tournament last weekend at the Student Fitness Center, raising money for the American Heart Association.