Rachel Sabella ’21 found inspiration through her Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor to re-examine one part of her family’s business: filing death certificates with the state.
Pause to applaud these accomplished Illinois State University alumni.
Change begins with a conversation. Let’s get started.
A campus Multicultural Center will open this summer, providing a supportive environment for students while furthering the University’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
The Illinois State University Alumni Association is honored to announce the newly established Andrew Purnell Jr. Trailblazer Alumni Award as a part of the Alumni Award program.
An essay by Dr. Byron Craig about the renaissance of student activism and how the AntiBlackISU movement continues to spark change.
The Association of Latinx American Students (ALAS) at Illinois State University provides programs and activities that foster a better understanding and appreciation for the cultural diversity of the Latinx community. ALAS President Mario Romero works with an executive board of peers to operate the RSO. The board worked with Romero to describe the registered student organization’s (RSO) main functions
You can hear the quiet resolve when Loralean Jordan ‘91 talks about Illinois State University attempting to “right a wrong” to the grandmother she never knew.
As an undergraduate student at Illinois State University, Karyn Aguirre ’86 was already headed for fame.
With the passing of Andrew Purnell Jr. ’57, Redbirds share the impact he made on them and the ISU campus.