Communicators across campus were recognized at the eighth annual #RedbirdProud Social Media Awards and Workshop.
During the first weekend of May, more than 4,000 Illinois State University students will receive a baccalaureate or graduate degree and will transition from student to alumni.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Title IX makes the Redbird women’s basketball March Madness appearance that much more meaningful because of Illinois State’s rich history in women’s athletics.
The new EDI ISU wordmark, or a logo created mainly from text, was developed as a way to show unity throughout campus for equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts.
With the temperatures dropping and snow on the way, the holiday season is just around the corner, which means holiday shopping is in full effect!
In 1921, the first official Homecoming celebration at Illinois State University kicked off and started an annual tradition that carries on to this day. However, the University’s nickname was not yet the Redbirds; instead, Illinois State was known unofficially as the “Fighting Pedagogues.”
Illinois State University has published the fall issue of the Redbird Scholar, a magazine focused on the research, scholarship, and creative expression of faculty, staff, and students.
Check out some of the best tweets, videos, and posts from move-in and #RedbirdWelcome.
Illinois State University Senior Photographer Lyndsie Schlink ’04 received two awards and was elected to the board of directors June 25 at the University Photographers’ Association of America (UPAA) awards banquet.
In an effort to be more fiscally and environmentally responsible, Illinois State is working to reduce the number of printed copies of the University’s magazine, State.