Illinois State University’s Office of Energy Management completed a project on campus to cut energy consumption, a project that awarded the Office of Energy Management a rebate check from Nicor Gas for $35,030.
The first phase of the Bone Student Center’s transformational revitalization was completed during the spring semester, with more work finished throughout the summer.
Footpaths are more than foot traffic—they can reflect the needs of an area, and inform city planners.
Facilities Management and Environmental Health and Safety staff members, along with Normal Fire Department personnel, will test fire suppression systems across the Illinois State University campus in June.
Illinois State fleet rental and garage operations have transitioned to the Office of Parking and Transportation under the direction of Parking Director Nick Stoff.
The annual Fell Arboretum plant sale will be held from 8-11 a.m. Saturday, May 4.
More restrooms at Illinois State University have been designated as all-gender. An updated map is available on the website for the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (OEOA).
One person’s rusted old bicycle is another’s treasured antique. Illinois State Redbird Tom Irwin discovered that last summer when he and his twin brother, Jim, invited the crew from American Pickers to rummage around their family’s 183-year-old farm in Michigan.
The Lorax would have been preaching to the choir at Illinois State University. The hero of Dr. Suess’ eponymously titled children’s fable, who “speaks for the trees” and who fought in vain to stop the Once-ler’s destruction of his beloved Truffulas, may have even found a new home in the Fell Arboretum, with its thousands of trees representing 154 species. Either way, his message in support of sustainability would have definitely struck a chord with Missy Nergard.
Serving as a grounds foreman at Illinois State, Bill Koos sat down to talk about snow removal, teamwork, global landscape design, and the beauty of a first impression.