The Illinois State Theatre Outreach Program (ISTOP) is working hard to shine a light on social justice issues by stepping into the spotlight themselves.
Leadership for Liberation pop-up library series returns for the spring 2021 semester.
Over a year into the pandemic, as staff prepared for a complete return to in-person learning in fall 2021, the Division was thrilled to resume some of our favorite on-campus traditions and experiences with continued modifications in place.
Navigating college classes can be difficult enough on its own, but the current COVID-19 pandemic and other stressful situations can make the process even more challenging. Take a look through this quick FAQ to make absence reporting as painless as possible.
It’s a Thursday night in December, and members of the Interdenominational Youth Choir (IYC) are huddled together in the Circus Room of the Bone Student Center. After a quick prayer and a scripture reading, the choir begins to sing in worship.
Katherine Robinson, a Department of Agriculture student studying Horticulture, graduated with honors in December, with a 4.0 GPA. She is fascinated with plant consciousness and the differences between how plants and people work, as well as how humans interact with plants.
Gabby Ward is a Department of Agriculture student studying pre-veterinary medicine.
Graduating senior Allyse Barnowski had several schools to choose from when she graduated high school, but the Redbird experience of someone close to her led her to Illinois State.
Transfer Day means new everything, from school to living arrangements to peers, which all equates to a certain level of stress.
Illinois State University will award approximately 956 baccalaureate degrees and 240 graduate degrees at the Winter 2021 Commencement, December 9-11.