Luke picked up a rock, rolled it around in his hand, and laid it down under a tree on the Quad.
Illinois State University has been working to vaccinate the Redbird community against COVID-19 by hosting on-campus clinics.
Taylor Denby ’21 shares how making the most of every opportunity led to her career success.
Bloomington-Normal native and Redbird legacy Isaac Faamoe was glad he stayed in his hometown to study exercise science at Illinois State University.
Josie Sales’ investment in herself allowed her to once again invest in others
As Illinois State senior Ikechukwu (IK) Ude prepares to move his mortarboard tassel from right to left this spring, he took a moment to look back at his time at Illinois State University and reflect on some memorable experiences he will take with him after graduation.
In every field—be it medicine, business, sports, the arts, etc.—someone has to lead the way. Emmi Chambers, while proud of a Redbird lineage that dates back three generations, has charted her own precedent-setting path as the first Illinois State University student to commit to the curriculum of the new environmental systems science and sustainability (ESSS) major.
Illinois State University will award approximately 3,400 baccalaureate degrees and more than 700 graduate degrees to spring and summer 2021 graduates.
The Association of Latinx American Students (ALAS) at Illinois State University provides programs and activities that foster a better understanding and appreciation for the cultural diversity of the Latinx community. ALAS President Mario Romero works with an executive board of peers to operate the RSO. The board worked with Romero to describe the registered student organization’s (RSO) main functions
On average, the Illinois State University Police Department responds to more than 3,000 requests for assistance on campus. To maintain a consistent and professional response, the department relies on comprehensive, up-to-date policies.