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Native American Film Series for spring 2021

The Native American Film Series for spring 2021 will include discussion forums focusing on historic, contemporary, and unheeded issues facing Indigenous peoples.
women dancing

Native American Film Series final fall discussion, November 16

This Fall 2020 semester, a film series and discussion forum has been planned that focuses on historic and contemporary issues facing indigenous peoples that often go unnoticed.
A Zoom meeting for the Women's History Club.

Women’s History Club encourages education and inclusivity

The Women's History Club meets regularly to discuss subjects related to women's history.
Woman knitting onto structure

Adding color back into life: Alum yarn bombs public spaces in South Loop of Chicago

Valerie Sherman ’04 is using her lifetime hobbies of knitting and crocheting to display her artwork on public spaces in the South Loop of Chicago. And Chicagoans are loving it.
Dr. Diane Zosky

Dean delivers Fall 2020 Address, hosts awards ceremony

Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.
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Illinois State faculty pursue excellence in online education 

Illinois State University course instructors worked endless hours to translate excellence in teaching to online formats. 
Ancient Greek ruins

Tsouvala elected president of Association of Ancient Historians

Associate professor of history Georgia Tsouvala has been elected president of the Association of Ancient Historians.
A portrait of Hannah Beer '20

ISU student Hannah Beer makes history with McLean County Board campaign

This past March, political science student Hannah Beer made history by defeating longtime McLean County Board member George Gordon in the primary election.
Craig Gatto and Craig C. McLauchlan

College thanks chairs and directors

The College of Arts and Sciences thanks Dr. Craig Gatto and Dr. Craig C. McLauchlan for their outstanding service.
Linda Foster speaks to large crowd

Still rising: Juneteenth celebration takes extra meaning in midst of civil unrest

Bloomington-Normal NAACP President and Illinois State alumna Linda Foster, M.S.W. ’16, has been at the forefront of local protests condemning police brutality that have arisen in the wake...