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Hire-A-Redbird provides online resources for career success

With virtual resources in high demand, Hire-A-Redbird actively assists students and alumni with their career development and professional readiness, whether on or off campus.
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Virtual career fairs connect Redbirds and employers remotely

As Redbirds continue to thrive during the pandemic, Career Services offers virtual career fairs to connect them with employers directly from their desktop.
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Breaking Bread: Series explores experiences of local migrant communities

Breaking Bread in McLean County is a 10-part program series exploring stories of migration, immigration, adaptation, assimilation, appropriation, preservation, contribution, and sustentation in...
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Spring semester fun with Saturday Creative Drama classes offered for children

Illinois State University Wonsook Kim College of Fine Arts offers Saturday drama classes online for children from kindergarten through sixth grade, January 30 through February 27.
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An interview with Distinguished Professor Emeritus, James D. Butler

Recently Professor Sarah Smelser met with Illinois State University’s Distinguished Professor Emeritus James D. Butler, one of the founders of Normal Editions.
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Dance students, faculty partner to support each other and make memories

Keeping dance students safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic begins from the floor up.
Alum and artist Jason Mack stands before his 31-foot glass Christmas tree.

Alum Jason Mack creates the world’s largest glass Christmas tree

Illinois State Wonsook Kim School of Art alum and glass artist Jason Mack ’08 has been building the world's largest Christmas tree made of glass.
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Beyond the Stage: Shakespeare’s Winter

What better way to get through the bleakness of our current winter than reading some Shakespeare, preferably with a hot drink in hand?
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Illinois Shakespeare Festival announces changes to the 2021 season and ticket sales

After postponing the 2020 season, the Illinois Shakespeare Festival will produce a new slate of plays for summer 2021. There will also be changes to ticket sales.
Student ensemble cast performing.

Listen to this: Sounds of the season come to you through music and production students

Music and arts technology students have teamed up to create virtual holiday cards to send out to regular Music for the Holidays concert goers.