Feral Feminisms, international, online publication, dedicated their latest issue to asexual (ace) and aromantic (aro) authors and ace and aro content.
Neil Styczynski had considered funding a college scholarship someday. But meeting then 17-year-old Dr. Kate (Norcross) Newton ’10 made him think, “If not now, when?” Styczynski and his wife, Joan, decided to establish the Neil and Joan Styczynski Scholarship at Illinois State for transfer students who want to teach and demonstrate a financial need. Newton was the scholarship’s second recipient.
Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora has been named a finalist for a 2022 Firecracker Award for Independently Published Literature from the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.
Members of the Illinois State University community are invited to a retirement reception for Dr. Roberta Seelinger Trites.
The College of Arts and Sciences will hold its second annual golf outing to benefit the Wilson Family Assistance Fund on Friday, June 10, at Weibring Golf Club. All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the College are welcome to participate.
Obsidian: Literature & Arts in the African Diaspora has been awarded a $15,000 Literary Arts Emergency Fund Award.
The final spring 2022 #ObsidianVoices event, “____ing While Black,” will be held at 6 p.m. (CT) Friday, April 29.
Join PRESS 254 and the Publications Unit for a virtual chapbook launch and reading event at 7 p.m. CST April 26 to support your local teaching press and to celebrate the creative work of our authors and the professional work of publishing studies majors for producing the books.
This edition of “Where are they now?” features Distinguished Professor Emerita Dr. Lucia Cordell Getsi.
Dorothy Stone, graduate student in English, has received a prestigious Fulbright to study in Cambodia in 2022-2023.