Illinois State University Announces Fall Speaker Series

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The Illinois State University Fall Speaker Series offers a wide variety of topics, including the art of tattooing, Cuban children airlifted to the U.S., early women at Illinois State (Normal) University, memoirs from a New York Times best-selling author, generational and innovation issues facing the Millennials and a CEO who left his job to become a teacher and founder of an inner-city charter school.

Illinois State University Announces Fall Speaker Series

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The Illinois State University Fall Speaker Series offers a wide variety of topics, including the art of tattooing, Cuban children airlifted to the U.S., early women at Illinois State (Normal) University, memoirs from a New York Times best-selling author, generational and innovation issues facing the Millennials and a CEO who left his job to become a teacher and founder of an inner-city charter school.

Wyman to Speak on Hoboes Book August 31

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Illinois State University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Mark Wyman will talk about his sixth book, Hoboes: Bindlestiffs, Fruit Tramps, and the Harvesting of the West, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31, on the main floor of Milner Library.

Board of Trustees Approves Four Facilities Projects

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The Illinois State University Board of Trustees today approved a remodeling project for Student Health Services, a roof replacement for East Campus, a renovation of residence hall elevators and a renovation design for John Green Food Service.

Community Composting Program Expansion

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Illinois State University is expanding its sustainability initiatives to include a commercial scale food composting operation to divert more local food waste from the landfill.