Illinois State University’s School of Theatre and Dance will bring to life the days before the Stonewall riots—and smash the myths surrounding it—with the play Hit the Wall.
This spring, Illinois State University faculty and staff members have the chance to advance their teaching through microaggression trainings.
Dr. Xueying Yu of Beihang University in China will present “Dynamics of Environmental Policy Making in China” on Thursday, February 20, at 2 p.m. in Stevenson Hall, room 347B.
Illinois State University’s student group Feminist Led Activist Movement to Empower (FLAME) is sending out a call for pieces for a performance of The Monologues.
Students in China and in Normal are taking part in Designing Authenticity: Shanghai–Normal, which aims to raise awareness of heritage and cultural identity through the design of letter forms.
From 1979-1981 a serial killer abducted and killed two dozen black children, almost all of whom were boys. Scholar and author Adolph L. Reed will explore the 40th anniversary of the Atlanta Child Murders, and the questions that linger.
Dr. Nancy Tolson will discuss the cultural, social, political, and historical images of black women characters found in folklore.
Jerey McKinney of the School of Social Work is the recipient of a Living Our Values Award.
Nationally prominent political strategist and commentator Angela Rye delivered the headlining speech at Illinois State University’s annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Following pivotal moments in LGBTQ+ history provides insights into the evolution of Pride, and its impact on generations of the Redbird family.