The Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, housed in a large warehouse a few miles from campus, holds a trove of historical artifacts that paint a vivid portrait of the University since its founding.
Each Wednesday we’ll show you something from the University Archives—maybe an artifact, a document, a photograph—and let you guess what it is.
It’s that time of year when students are scrambling to finish last-minute papers and projects in time for graduation.
The Commencement Collection is a great resource for both researchers of ISU history and genealogists.
With some help from Milner Library’s Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, let’s take a look at some of our favorite photos of ISU’s student groups—then and now.
Wilkins, Haynie, and Wright residence halls all opened in 1964. To mark the occasion, University Housing will host a Wilkins Hall 50th birthday alumni reunion on October 3, during Homecoming.
What was your favorite place to eat on campus while you were a student? With some help from Milner Library’s Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives, here’s a look at Illinois State’s dining experience—then and now.
Lucky for us, the Illinois State University campus does look particularly pretty in wintry weather.