When Sandra Torres ’06 was 13 and spoke no English, her family packed up their life in their native Colombia and immigrated to the Chicago area for new opportunities.
The Division of Student Affairs is proud to recognize Abe Lopez-Bowen, Bianca Gerardi Pietro, Bill Dwoinen, Jessica Garber Schaefer, and Quanisha Kumi-Darfour.
One of the best ways to get through a hard time—even if it’s a global pandemic that interrupts your college years—is with an attitude of gratitude.
Dr. Byron Craig’s latest research in visual rhetoric examines how violence on Black bodies is memorialized in contemporary culture.
Nearly 8,000 miles away from campus, senior Nehal Shah wakes up in the middle of the night to attend class online at Illinois State University.
Illinois State University’s Voter Engagement Coalition is hosting a virtual Presidential Debate Watch Party on Thursday, October 22, with pre- and post-debate discussions directed by University debate experts.
Before transferring to Illinois State University in the fall of 2019, Jake Fogal knew he wanted to pursue a career in sports—he just did not know how. That is, until he stepped inside the University’s student-run newspaper The Vidette.
The best way to train future broadcast media professionals is to immerse them in the real world of running a 24-hour radio station. Illinois State’s student-run radio station, WZND, is figuring out how to do that with proper safety precautions in place.
Megan Koch ’03 teaches COM 223, formally known as Small Group Processes, ironically to a large group of over 200 students. That’s a challenge in a normal year and even more so since the class moved online due to the threat of coronavirus.
Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.