The Vidette Digital Archives has expanded its online database to include all issues through December 1980.
A new exhibit at Milner Library shows how the incredible story of Illinois State University’s first president, Charles Hovey, led to Founders Day becoming the tradition it is today.
Illinois State University Archivist April Anderson-Zorn will explore the stories behind the brick and mortar at the next University Club at 4 p.m. Friday, October 12, in the Founder’s Suite of the Bone Student Center.
The rich history of Illinois State University will come alive during Homecoming through the vibrant voice of University Archivist April Anderson-Zorn with a tour and talk. To help celebrate Homecoming: Redbirds Rising, Anderson-Zorn and Associate Director for Event Services and Catering Barb Dallinger will lead a free, historic tour of the University Quad from 11:15
At Illinois State Normal University’s (ISNU) founding in 1857, Metcalf grammar school and University High School were opened to give the university’s teaching students hands-on training.
Here are the latest books by Illinois State faculty and staff.
In celebration of Founders Day 2018, the Presidential History collection is now available online.
Through the efforts of the Milner Library’s Digital Collections department and in cooperation with Veridian, The Vidette Digital Archives are now available online.
The mood at Illinois State this fall as students complete the academic routine of another semester is far more serene than what the University community experienced a century ago.
Two time capsules were unearthed by demolition crews tearing down Hamilton-Whitten and Atkin-Colby residence halls.