The Speaker Series of Illinois State University will dedicate spring 2015 to talks that explore the politics behind the Hurricane Katrina disaster, lessons to take from World War I, the issues of being transgender, growing up in political exile and building a sustainable business culture.
Illinois State University’s American Democracy Project (ADP) will host a State of the Union Tweet-Up, a watch party and social media event around the State of the Union Address, from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, in Schroeder Hall room 242. The event is free and open to the public.
Kristi (O’Connor) Demonbreun was already on track to graduate Illinois State as a well-rounded journalist, ready for her first full-time job in broadcast media.
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.
Six years ago, Illinois State sophomore Alex Shelton was in a coma. Doctors told his parents he only had a 10 percent chance of living after suffering a traumatic brain injury in an accident.
The students on Illinois State University’s Solar Car Team spent the past year planning, building, and testing their new car.
Ph.D. student Megan Nickels wants to know how children with cancer and other chronic illness can learn math through educational robotics.
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.
The Illinois State Trebuchet Team may not have been able to defend its first-place title at the Morton Pumpkin Chuckin contest this fall, but students are not just sitting on their hands.
The Northern Lights will come to the Illinois State University Planetarium with the program Aurora, running weekends from Sept. 16 – Nov. 12. There will be no shows Oct. 28-29.