COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of our lives, bringing about new challenges to everyone, specifically, those suffering with eating disorders and body image issues
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.
With this double-edged sword of identity duality also comes substantial health-related implications – which suggest that the promotion of mental health care for African-Americans is a matter of considerable urgency.
The purpose of VOD is to foster meaningful connections among diverse students; increase students’ self-awareness; and increase understanding about issues faced by students from differing backgrounds.
Nakiya Simpson, a junior Early Childhood Education major, is a first-generation college student, but she has never let that hold her back.
At the end of the spring semester, 3 out of 5 college students said they were facing food, housing, or other basic needs insecurities.
The Redbirds Keep Thriving page has been updated to provide helpful support to students on and off campus for the upcoming semester. In addition to new resources, Redbirds Keep Thriving has been reorganized into a more user-friendly format.
Senior Madonna Coleman is the focus of the Multicultural Outreach Team’s Student Spotlight.
COVID-19 may have changed everybody’s plans, but it does not need to keep you from learning how to help others needing emotional support.
Triston Brown, a second-year graduate student studying cultural anthropology, wears many hats on Illinois State’s campus.