Relive favorite radio moments at this special spring reunion.
As the social climate around us shifts, so must the School of Communication. One of the most important issues in the United States before and since the 2020 killings of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor, involves equity, diversity, inclusion, and access. As people see problems in the systems in place in society, we need and want to identify, challenge, and change it for the better. The School of
During summer 2021, Fell Hall underwent significant improvements, thanks to academic funds from Illinois State University. And the School of Communication, which holds the vast majority of classes in Fell Hall, has benefited greatly.
ISU Homecoming 2021 significant—it is the 100th anniversary. And the School of Communication has a long history with homecoming tailgates.
Dr. Kenneth Harris Jr. ’84 is an alumnus who has excelled in broadcasting since graduating from Illinois State University and the School of Communication with his Bachelor of Science degree in mass communication.
On April 27, 2021, the final printed version of The Vidette was produced and distributed.
With students and faculty back on campus, the Illinois State University community has persevered during the COVID-19 pandemic as fall 2021 has brought new challenges and victories.
Illinois State University’s African American studies program had planned to host “Black Women Rising from the Classroom to the Boardroom” on November 15 in the Rosa Parks Room of Watterson Towers. The event has been postponed and will be rescheduled for early 2022.
Dr. Byron Craig will explore how spaces like The National Memorial for Peace and Justice offer a space for restorative justice, and provide a site for examining the critical history of lynching.
The Fall International Seminar Series, A New Normal in a Global Context, continues at noon, Wednesday, October 13, with a talk from Dr. Joseph Zompetti.