Normally, Megan Hopper ’02, M.S. ’06, would have turned on the news to get an idea of what was going on in the world before heading to a shift at The Vidette.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, ReggieCon will present a panel on September 23, focusing on the Latinx children’s adventure graphic novel Under the Cottonwood Tree.
Dr. Kerri Milita published an article in the Journal of Politics.
Thank-A-Donor Days is a Redbird tradition that began in 2017 inviting scholarship recipients to write thank you letters to their donors.
Fidencio Fifield-Perez will present the talk “Legalities of Being.” His current work examines borders, edges, and the people who must traverse them.
Distinguished Professor Dr. Ali Riaz has been quoted in a news report in Turkish international media, TRT. The report highlights the impacts of Afghanistan situation on the Islamist militant groups in Bangladesh.
The Schroeder Hall Gallery will host the exhibit The Material Culture and Visual Ethnography of the COVID-19 Pandemic for the 2021-2022 school year.
The odds of becoming an Olympian, according to past president and co-founder of the International Society of Olympic Historians Bill Mallon, is roughly 1 in 500,000.
Dr. Mary Ryder, M.A. ’81, has a unique bond to the University. Her family connection began 110 years ago and spans four generations.
Illinois State’s student newspaper has been housed in multiple locations since its start in 1888.