WGLT and three community partners will host two live debates in March featuring the candidates running for mayor in Bloomington and Normal.
Dating to 1857, the Forensics Union is Illinois State’s oldest registered student organization (RSO). And this school year, the public-speaking and debate group has continued to compete and further its legacy by adapting to the restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Vidette Hall of Famer was working at his home less than a mile away from the Capitol when rioters stormed the building on January 6.
Dr. Joseph Zompetti, professor of communication at Illinois State University, will lead a discussion titled “Political Polarization” from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28 on Zoom.
In honor of the holidays celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on January 18 and National Day of Racial Healing on January 19, Illinois State University scholars share works on racial and social justice.
Although The Vidette has continued to be successful, in recent years the revenue and supplemental funding has declined. In response to this decline, a committee has been formed to determine how to transition from print to digital.
Due to the protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, connecting with alumni made that reaching out challenging. One School of Communication alumna is at the heart of this important work.
Knowing that online teaching and learning would be the new norm for the fall semester, some faculty were excited to have their fall classes completely online, but others were a bit nervous. And the adjustment wasn’t just about online teaching and learning–they had to also complete research projects and contribute service work.
WZND continues to be award winning and was highlighted in three different categories in the 2020 National Student Production Awards.
As the fall semester closed in, RSO leaders stepped up in order to have continued organizational success.