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.
Ashley Marku’s years of service in the armed forces gave her a unique skill set that made her a natural choice to serve as Redbird Esports Varsity Overwatch team’s first student coach.
Students interested in esports are now able to take advantage of Campus Recreation’s newly dedicated gaming space, The Vault.
The Redbirds Keep Thriving page has been updated to provide helpful support to students on and off campus for the upcoming semester. In addition to new resources, Redbirds Keep Thriving has been reorganized into a more user-friendly format.
When Sam Carroll wasn’t seeking athletic scholarships, he was quietly becoming one of the best players in the world at Rocket League.
There is a lot to get excited about during the inaugural season of Redbird Esports. We talked to Esports Program Director David Kirk, M.S. ‘16, and Esports Graduate Assistant Jack Blahnik ‘19 about what the Redbird community can look forward to this year.
Redbird Esports provides a unique opportunity for recreational players to maintain social connections with each other through their intramural league during this challenging time.
During this time of remote work and online learning, it is important for teams to build community and continue engaging with one another.
In the midst of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Division of Student Affairs remains committed to student success.
The Redbird Esports program at Illinois State University announced tryout applications for three varsity game titles launching this fall.