When Sandra Torres ’06 was 13 and spoke no English, her family packed up their life in their native Colombia and immigrated to the Chicago area for new opportunities.
One of the best ways to get through a hard time—even if it’s a global pandemic that interrupts your college years—is with an attitude of gratitude.
Ray Richardson ’77 and Jeff Wagner ’09 have told different angles of the ever-evolving story that started with the killing of George Floyd. Wagner has delivered breaking news throughout the last two-and-a-half weeks, even going on Facebook Live during his off days. Richardson has covered the aftermath, noting how many news cameras from around the world he saw at Floyd’s memorial service.
The thought of moving away—again—was a bit unnerving for Sandra Torres ’06.
Illinois State alum and WDAF FOX4 reporter Zac Summers ’11 discusses the current news industry and his past working at Illinois State’s TV-10.
Two Illinois State students working with the University’s TV-10 station are creating pieces for the morning news show on Univision Chicago.
The Alumni Association recognized seven individuals and their outstanding achievements and contributions.
Charlie Celenza ’82 and Susan Goode ’83 first met at a social function for their Dunn-Barton and Walker residence halls.
The Illinois Broadcasters Association recently awarded Student Silver Dome awards to TV-10 News, consisting of two first places, five second places, and two third places for entire shows and individual work.
Katy Winge ’15 talks about her experiences in sports media, how she got into storytelling, and the Denver Nuggets’ playoff hopes.