The story of a Civil War veteran who dressed as a man to fight will be the topic of a talk at Illinois State University by historian Bill Kemp.
Illinois State University’ Barb Dallinger will interview Tracy Baim, publisher and executive editor of the newspaper Windy City Times at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 25, on the main floor of the Milner Library.
Illinois State University’s Milner Library will be the host of the Illinois Library Association (ILA) Central Illinois Library Legislative Lunch beginning at noon February 19, at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Normal.
The Legacy Wall, a traveling interactive LGBT history exhibit, will be on display on the main floor of Illinois State University’s Milner Library February 15-27.
In celebration of Black History Month, Carlos Figueroa of Ithaca College will talk about his book on civil rights advocate Bayard Rustin.
The President’s Speaker Series will include an artist, a screenwriter, a cyber security expert, a freedom fighter, historians, and a former CEO looking for a sustainable future for business.
Campus’s favorite furry friends will be back on the third floor of Milner Library this semester, spreading smiles, and reducing stress.
Milner Library is open 24 hours a day until the end of finals week, 5 p.m. Friday, December 11.
On this 74th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, we remember our Redbird alumni who lost their lives during the course of World War II.
You have probably heard of Rachel Cooper or walked past the building that bears her name. But just who was Rachel Cooper? Ross Griffiths, director of Preservation and University Archives, did a little digging to find out.