After flying off store shelves last fall, Reggie Redbird’s first-ever children’s book is now available for download from Apple’s iBooks store. It costs $2.99.
Katy Winge wanted to play college basketball, but she also wanted to be a regular college student. That can be a difficult balance for Redbird student-athletes, who already have busy schedules between classes, practices, and games.
A set of official Redbird emojis will give Illinois State students, alumni, and friends a new way to spread the red on their mobile devices.
Senior Cindy Kirchner is one of Red Alert’s student leaders, and a Redbird cheerleader. Watch her show you what it means to be part of the award-winning Red Alert student section.
About a dozen times a year, the Redbird Athletics Field House Facilities crew is assigned the formidable task of removing and re-installing Redbird Arena’s hardwood floor. Here’s how they do it.
It’s unusual for two siblings to both play collegiate athletics at the same time, for the same program. It’s rarer still for those siblings to just not play, but thrive.
What’s it take to be part of Team Reggie Redbird? Just ask Ryan Bogar. The senior marketing major is the coordinator of Team Reggie, a student group that takes care of Reggie and his demanding schedule.
The Town of Normal’s 500,000-gallon water tower between Hancock and University High School was recently sandblasted and recoated.
Fans who watch Redbird women’s basketball player Chloe Nelson generally come away impressed by her wits and determination. What’s not immediately apparent is the strength in the face of tragedy that’s become a driving force for her.
Bobby Hunter’s unusual path to the Redbird men’s basketball team included two successful stints at smaller colleges in Florida and Oregon. Now he’s a team captain at Illinois State.