Horton Field House was the first major campus building dedicated to practice and events for student-athletes.
The College of Applied Science and Technology recently hosted a successful week of events celebrating advancements in the field of science and technology, and the students and professionals who make everything possible.
Jon Fulton, a member of the Gamma Phi Circus, is a co-act captain for the clown act, one of the heads of the publicity committee, and the president of the nation’s oldest collegiate circus. Follow Fulton through a day in his life.
Dr. Rachel E. Smith and the School of Kinesiology and Recreation have launched a new mentoring initiative to help prepare Therapeutic Recreation (TR) students for important milestones in their senior year — internships and the national certification exam. After the first year of the program, both mentors and mentees report great experiences in the program.
If there’s one annual event our Redbirds get pumped for, it’s Homecoming. Illinois State University celebrated its 100 Years of Homecoming with its staple events, from Reggie Day at the Zoo, Homecoming Kickoff, Redbird Rumble, Hoopfest, Hybrid Town and Gown 5K run and walk to the football game against North Dakota State and the ribbon cutting to the Multicultural Center, our Birds came together to show what Redbird Pride is about.
Gamma Phi Circus members Thalia Bowen, Danny Less, and Jared Cihlar signed contracts with Holiday World to perform during summer 2021. They had a great experience as professional circus performers at the theme park.
The College of Applied Science and Technology is excited to invite all alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends to the annual Homecoming tailgate. No registration is required.
Gamma Phi Circus has created a unique performance that will be recorded in Braden Auditorium and livestreamed to its fans across the world starting May 1.
Students from different departments within CAST (and one student involved in Gamma Phi Circus) were selected as Robert G. Bone Scholars for the 2020-2021 academic year. The recognition is the highest campus honor given to undergraduate students. This year’s recipients answered questions about their work, inspiration, and the honor of being named a Bone Scholar.
Gamma Phi Circus alumna Margret Ebert ‘09 has spent the past ten years doing what she loves: traveling and performing.